On Wednesday Iran announced that it test fired a faster, more accurate version of its long-range solid-fuel missile. The Sajjil-2 is a high-speed, surface-to-surface missile that is "impossible to destroy" with "anti-missile systems because of its radar-evading ability," according to Defense Minister Gen. Ahmad Vahidi's televised statement. The Sajjil-2, Iran's most advanced two-stage missile, has a 1,200 mile range that could reach Israel, as well as targets as far away as southeastern Europe. "Sajjil" means "baked clay" and references a Quranic story of birds sent by god that pelted an attacking army with baked clay stones.
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