Let's dream, that is, that a missile does not finally fall on an Israeli kindergarten, or that a bomb does not kill Haniya.
That day a missile had landed behind his mother's home in Rishon Lezion.
missile defense has been at the center of this exchange for more than 20 years now.
The missile that had been readied on the launch ramp in France made it through the defenses.
missile strikes from warplanes and helicopter gunships and tank shelling made the pullback necessary, he says.
Presently a missile found its target-seeking microwaves reflected by the ionized metal steam.
He heard the bullets and every form of missile from the cannon whining all about them.
He threw it around a tree and the missile came back toward us.
Litton cried, raising the only missile he could find, an inkstand.
The missile with its thickly smoking fuse leaped upward as the concentric rings flickered and whirled bewilderingly.
"thing thrown or discharged as a weapon," is 1650s, from missile (adj.), 1610s, "capable of being thrown," chiefly in phrase missile weapon, from French missile and directly from Latin missilis "that may be thrown or hurled" (also, in plural, as a noun, "weapons that can be thrown, darts, javelins"), from missus "a throwing, hurling," past participle of mittere "to send" (see mission). Sense of "self-propelled rocket or bomb" is first recorded 1738; the modern remote guidance projectile so called from 1945.