Israel's display of the rockets, mortar rounds and bullets from the Klos-C has caught the medias attention.
Some thought it is justified, others that it was too much.
What is clear is that Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu sees the struggle against Iran as his life's mission.
While in America, Mr. Netanyahu was asked about legacy, and he pointed out that he wishes for his premiership to be remembered as one that brought security to Israel's borders.
Netanyahu has not missed an opportunity to speak on, what he feels, is the danger of a nuclear Iran.
Israel is feeling that the world refuses to take notice of the situation.
This is why down at the naval base of Eilat, Israel put on display what it has deemed is the true face of Iran.
Against the opinion that the world has come to terms with Iran's becoming a nuclear threshold state.
This is the perception in Israel.
Netanyahu has proven rhetorical skills, but this has not succeeded in drawing the attention Israel would like to have on this issue.
Some critics are advocating that the reason for this is the International communities familiarity with Mr. Netanyahu's delivery of duck dodge and weave concerning peace efforts with the Palestinians.
But the war materiel seized on board the Klos-C presented as it was sends a clear message to the world: This time it was Iranian missiles, the next time will be, as Mr. Netanyahu said, nuclear suitcases.
Middle East Correspondent