Was Archer serious or was he kidding? lol hard to tell.Just fuel-air-bombs from 100 Kg to 9000 kg.. and BM of up to more than 5000 km..
That is what Al Sisi is doing now and planning it very well according to the whole world.. but you..HaHaHa!
One would think that there's several reasons why they didn't just settle for the S-300VM and also bought 7 batteries of the German IRST-SL and why they set up the Protivnik-GE and Resonance-NE radars with 1,100km range active to track within 600km range and the entire system of the air defense is all new with interconnectivity to all the branches. I mean, I think the idea is to monitor everything 24-7-365. 1967, the Israelis moved in right at the moment that all the patrolling aircraft landed and pilots were having breakfast and it was a 1 hour time frame where the defense minister I believe was flying to Sinai and so they shut their radars so as not to mistake his aircraft for an enemy lol. At least that one story was going around for a while. A lot has been learned from all those silly mistakes as well as attempting to purchase the latest and greatest. I think things are quite different now. For Israel to use its nukes, it either has to blast them in rockets that can be blasted or flown in which is equally and maybe even more dangerous.
I believe that one of the journalist asked Dayan in 1973 had the Egyptian army made it all the way to the border, would you have used your nukes? He wouldn't answer in any detail because they obviously don't want anyone knowing they had them but most said they would've probably used tactical nukes on certain military elements in Sinai to discourage them from moving into Israel.
So the only time I think they would ever use them is if they're being invaded and overrun by whomever.
But to just blast them towards cities in proper Egypt would be very difficult for them to do in this day and age with the way the military has set up protection of Egypt proper. Sinai is the tough part because of the treaty. But it looks like they've set up some agreement with Israel that they're capable of even flying their F-16s along the border and see if they can lock on to an Israeli F-15. Something tells me that wasn't a mistake.