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The history of the Israeli special forces. Part Five - YAMAM

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The history of the Israeli special forces. Part Five - YAMAM

YAMAM - Special Central Unit



This time it will be a question of the police special forces unit YAMAM (Yahida Merkazit Meiukhedet) - the Special Central Division (in Israel it is deciphered out of habit as the Special Police Division).

In my opinion, this is the best specialized counter-terrorism special forces in Israel and one of the best in the world.

YAMAM is subordinate to the central control of the border troops, which is part of the Israeli police structure. Their main task is to free the hostages, but, given the realities of Israel, this unit performs a wide range of tasks in the fight against terrorism and banditry. It also closely cooperates with the General Security Service and other special services of the army and police.

History

As is often the case, the YAMAM division was organized as a consequence of the tragedy that occurred. In 1974, the IDF's Special Forces Special Forces failed the hostage operation at the school in Maalot. Then a lot of children's blood was spilled, and the commission came to the conclusion that a specialized unit was needed, which with surgical precision would be able to carry out the delicate tasks of freeing hostages in Israel.

It was necessary to create a unit that would always be on full alert, and be able to arrive at the scene in a few minutes, develop an assault plan for a situation of any complexity, and conduct an operation with minimal losses among the hostages. The unit was created, but it received neither proper attention nor funding.

The situation began to change the former paratrooper Asaf Hefetz. He and his comrades personally developed various methods of penetrating buildings and assault methods, which were different from traditional army methods. Due to the lack of funding, the fighters developed all their equipment with their own hands. They used ladders and ropes (climbing equipment), practiced storming buildings and vehicles. They also always had enough real “work” - Palestinian terrorists from time to time made it possible to “work out” their skills.


Practicing bus capture


So, 11 March 1978, a group of 11 terrorists of the organization "Fatah" (Movement for the National Liberation of Palestine) landed from rubber boats in the reserve "Maagan Michal." The terrorists sailed for two days on the sea, having lost their way to Tel Aviv (two drowned when disembarking).

In the reserve, terrorists met photographer Jail Rubin, a US citizen, and, having learned that they were in Israel, killed her. Then they went to the Tel Aviv-Haifa highway, grabbed a taxi and a bus and forced the driver to go to Tel Aviv. On the way, terrorists shot cars and brutally killed several hostages. Then they took another bus and drove all the remaining hostages into it.

Police blocked the bus in the area of ​​Herzliya. During the skirmish that ensued, a fire broke out and the bus burned down. In this meat grinder, a 35 man died, and Asaf Hefetz was injured. This spontaneous slaughter can hardly be called a typical operation YAMAM. Just the situation once again demonstrated the complexity of Israeli realities.

For the first time, YAMAM as a unit became famous in Lebanon, during Operation “World of Galilee” in 1982. Then, the unit’s soldiers conducted a series of successful operations to arrest and liquidate Palestinian militants and their leaders. The YAMAM division continued its active work on the capture and shooting of Palestinian militants in Lebanon for a very long time, but most of the operations to date are classified.

It was the Lebanese experience that played a key role in shaping the character of the unit and gave it its own unique style. If earlier the YAMAM fighters had to borrow experience and instructors from the “army team”, now the unit has its own instructors from among its own veterans, who themselves can already teach a lot to others.


The assault with the opening of the door


In 80 and 90, the YAMAM unit was involved in a number of well-known operations against terrorists and Israeli criminals. So, in 1988, three terrorists seized a bus heading for Dimona.

Fighters YAMAM first arrived at the site and developed a plan of assault. In addition to the assault group, it was planned to use snipers, but the terrorists smelled something wrong and managed to kill three hostages until they were eliminated by special forces.


PGM Ultima Ratio YAMAM sniper rifle


All these years, the YAMAM subdivision still remained in the shadow of the more eminent special forces of the General Staff Matkal. In 1994, the Army Special Forces attempted to free the soldier Nakhshon Vaksman, who had been captured by the Palestinians, but the operation failed - the hostage and the commander of the assault group died because of a shortcoming in planning.

Later, "CSKA" recognized that the assault plan proposed by YAMAM was more thoughtful. By the middle of the 90's, the YAMAM Special Forces had already gained valuable experience in storming buildings. The squad had excellent performance indicators. Detachment losses over the years have been minimal.

Contemporaneity

With the aggravation of the situation at the end of 90-x - the beginning of 2000-x, and the beginning of the second intifada, the “finest hour” of YAMAM arrived. The division conducted more than a thousand operations both within the country and in adjacent territories. By the end of the nineties, YAMAM’s operations were fairly similar: the General Security Service obtained information about the location of the ringleaders of the terrorists, or about the planned attacks and terrorist attacks.

The YAMAM division was preparing a seizure, or an ambush, during which the terrorists were either detained or destroyed. In this case, the operations were usually lightning-fast and relatively quiet. There were practically no casualties among the civilian population and damage to the infrastructure. Several YAMAM fighters died while performing combat missions, the density of operations reached absurd workload — three or four operations on the same day at different points in Israel.

For example, in 1999, the CSR received information that five terrorists with a large amount of explosives were in a private house in Taibe. YAMAM and Duvdevan army unit blocked the house and offered the terrorists to lay down weapon. In response, they opened fire, and one of them blew himself up with a suicide belt and wounded a fighter.

In response, the units drove the engineering troops bulldozer Caterpillar D9, which began to destroy the house. The YAMAM snipers destroyed the remaining militants, took one alive. The CSB received from him information about the organizers, and everything went in a circle.


Detention of an Arab criminal by YAMAM fighters


At the beginning of 2000, YAMAM snipers hit the center of the scandal. During the riots, 9 Israeli Arabs were killed. Under pressure from the “left camp”, the persecution of the fighters began - interrogations, investigations, commissions and other, beloved in Israeli society, hysteria Fortunately, common sense triumphed, and the guys acquitted.

In 2000, YAMAM was engaged in work that was familiar to them — the unit’s snipers conducted a series of operations to eliminate the militants who had taken part in the bloody attacks. This also caused criticism in the "Left circles".

In 2001, the YAMAM snipers destroyed Abed Rahman Khamen, the organizer of the terrorist attack at the Dolphinarium disco. Then the teenager 22 died, including a tourist from Ukraine 2, who decided to go to the "Russian" disco. "Left-liberals" and here said that the terrorist had to be brought to court.

Nevertheless, the main tool of YAMAM in the war on terror is precisely the capture of terrorists alive. Just for this, the unit is so necessary to the General Security Service.

In general, only for the period 2000-2005. YAMAM conducted more than 1500 operations, annually preventing dozens of major attacks. 179 terrorists were destroyed, a third of them - on the way to the site of the attack. The number of detained accomplices of terror amounts to hundreds.

At the end of the intifada, YAMAM did not remain without work. The flow of militants Fatah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other groups has not dried up and did not even decrease. From 2005 year to the present day, the fighters of the unit regularly hold arrests, ambush and neutralize the terrorists.

As a rule, these operations do not fall in the morning news. And even the Palestinians on the ground do not always understand what actually happened last night and where their national heroes disappeared.

So over the years, thanks to the well-coordinated work of the General Security Service and YAMAM, such bright, marching towards success, figures like:

Eduan Keyes is the terrorist responsible for the attacks in which 77 Israelis were killed. Edouin with five armed comrades-in-arms barricaded himself in the house. Yamam blocked the building, snipers destroyed two terrorists. As the rest resisted, the house was shelled from tank and destroyed by a bulldozer D9. Eduan's body was removed from the ruins.

Abdullah Quasma - the head of Hamas in Hebron, responsible for the terrorist attacks that killed more than forty Israelis, was destroyed in an attempt to resist arrest.

In July, 2004-th destroyed a group of six militants led by a liaison Hezbollah in Tul Karem.

A few months later, among the three terrorists killed by the YAMAM unit, they will recognize Muhammad Jasan Shaikh, a confidant of Yasser Arafat.

In July, a 2005 th in Khan Yunes sniper killed Hamas militant Said Tsiam, responsible for mining the tunnels under the block posts.

Nidal Abu Saad - the commander of the Islamic Jihad in Judea and Samaria and two of his comrades were killed in an exchange of fire with the YAMAM fighters.

The list of even the famous "sweeps" is very long ...

At the same time, YAMAM constantly fulfills all sorts of scenarios of hostage situations. The detachment at any moment is ready to leave / fly into place and storm any object - be it a high-rise building, a basement, a land, air or water transport.


The YAMAM fighters practice high-altitude mountaineering on the Azrieli skyscraper in Tel Aviv.


Today, YAMAM is a professional unit that is radically different from other special units of Israel. Firstly, only contract soldiers and only veterans are admitted to the subdivision. The average age of the YAMAM fighters is much higher than in the IDF army units, some fighters are over forty years old.

Secondly, the selection in the unit is very hard - in addition to physical tests, there are six psychological stages (interviews with psychologists and veterans). Preparation lasts about 12 months. Previous experience and titles, of course, are welcome, but they do not affect the position in the detachment. Even those who left the army major begin here from scratch.


The fighters use specials. facilities for intelligence indoors.


YAMAM has an excellent technical base, its own high-class instructors and, most importantly, invaluable experience in built-up areas. The unit has a rich arsenal of high-quality weapons - PGM French sniper rifles and Belgian PP FN P-90, FiveSeven pistols (this is only the latest arrivals). YAMAM uses the latest special tools and innovations in high technology.

In the structure of the unit there are several teams of different specifics - this is an assault squad, snipers, sappers, climbers, dog trainers, combat swimmers and other specialists - only about 200 people. Despite all of the above, YAMAM is still a community of enthusiasts - low salary, constant combat readiness, lack of career prospects make this unit a little attractive for careerists; they still serve there only as an idea.


Fighters use a robot


Separately, I note that YAMAM has the highest level of rifle training among all the special forces of Israel. For years, YAMAM fighters have taken personal and team prizes at all rifle competitions of the security forces.

YAMAM snipers are at a much higher level than their army counterparts, both because of the length of their experience and because of the constant exchange of experience with Western special forces.


Shooting on the move


Not to mention the international achievements of this unit - YAMAM represented Israel at Urban Shield competitions, where for two years in a row he took first place, bypassing American SWAT from different cities and even the FBI HRT Unit, which has a much more impressive resource and budget.

YAMAM also willingly maintains relations with other similar units, for example, German GSG9 spent some time training in Israel.

The division does not like to brag and reveal the details of their work, so video reports and photography are rare.

In this article, I used a photo of the same photographer Ziva Koren, one of the few who were let in by the guys to look at their working life.

I offer some more videos:



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Articles from this series:
The history of the Israeli special forces. Part one
The history of the Israeli special forces. Part two
The history of the Israeli special forces. Part three
The history of the Israeli special forces. Part Four - Flotilla 13
The history of the Israeli special forces. Part Five - YAMAM
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    1. newnutella
      newnutella 23 October 2013 09: 44
      +3
      Quote: old man54
      Dear forum users !!!
      Something strange is happening with a resource called Military Review. This is the 6th article in a row about the Jewish special forces. fool Sixth !!! Yes, maybe the Jewish special forces are not bad, not special in this, but what, acre him in the world there is nothing else similar ???? But Russia has no history its special forces??? Are there no special forces in other countries? Or special forces of other countries are not worthy of attention, like the Russian special forces? Does anyone remember such an obsessive, yes, exactly obsessive "serial" on the site, at least even about ours, domestic special forces ??
      I understand the administration of this site less and less! Or did Massad buy the site in direct sense? If YES, then everything is clear! And so ... this is nothing more than an information war aimed at ensuring that visitors to the site believe in the power, omnipotence and invincibility of this military formation of the Widey, and are increasingly disappointed in their own army and navy! laughing But in fact, what are they so famous for, the kosher commandos then, apart from the fight against poorly trained terrorists with BV?
      I offer everyone normal, patriotic forum users (non-Jewish origin) be outraged and express your indignation at this soapy Jewish opera on our website site administration!


      I do not agree a bit. And who's stopping you, please publish articles about Russian special forces, if you are such a patriot. About other specials. forces.
      And we will read it with pleasure. And then screams of this kind do all the best ...

      Regarding the Jewish special forces ... well, it is vital for them to have such animals. Look how many "friends of holy Israel" have made.
      1. old man54
        old man54 23 October 2013 09: 53
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        Quote: newnutella
        I do not agree a bit. And who's stopping you, please publish articles about Russian special forces, if you are such a patriot.

        not my topic, sorry!
        Quote: newnutella
        And then this kind of screaming does all the best ..

        you probably inattentively read? lol Or am I unprofitable to write? This 6-th article almost in a row on a resource about the Jewish special forces !! Every day you want to read about their special forces, or what? One, well, two wrote and that's enough, or not, huh?
        1. newnutella
          newnutella 23 October 2013 10: 17
          +2
          Unprofitable. Apparently you do not understand that this is not a resource of the problem, but its regular visitors. And what can we do that someone took up the disclosure of the above topic, while nothing is written about CAC, SGS and naturally about the Russians. Unfortunately, I will not master this kind of publication ... but I don’t feel like copy-paste.
          1. old man54
            old man54 23 October 2013 10: 40
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            Quote: newnutella
            Apparently you do not understand that this is not a resource of the problem, but its regular visitors.

            yes no, sorry, you apparently as a recent "member of the club" did not fully understand that the decision to publish or not is made by the administration! They took from me on 2 articles and refused to publish, and nothing else, the latter without any explanation at all. This is a Russian site, it was at least six months ago, so why turn it into a Jewish one?
  2. Krogan_Urdnot
    Krogan_Urdnot 23 October 2013 10: 03
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    Quote: old man54
    Every day you want to read about their special forces, or what? One, well, two wrote and that's enough, or not, huh?

    The article is logically divided into 5 parts, fully revealing the topic from the moment of its creation to the present day, as I understand it, not the quality of the material, but the number of Israeli flags on the main one that bothers you? For 5 articles about the Zimbabwe commando, no claim would have arisen?)
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  3. ilf
    ilf 23 October 2013 10: 23
    +9
    The minus is probably put by the effective special forces of the antiterror, who were destroyed by this unit, who sympathized with terrorists, and it would not hurt to exchange experience between our special forces, we carry out similar tasks to combat terrorism and banditry in the Caucasus, plus article
  4. Massik
    Massik 23 October 2013 10: 39
    +3
    Comrade
    old man54
    Well, you’re so extreme, I’m interested in reading about foreign colleagues, and now the army special forces are not so perfect, where something failed. I respect their mid-level and top-level commanders who are not calving, are not afraid of difficulties with the population, but are immediately driven out by bulldozers and tanks without risking in vain people, unlike ours. One thing puzzled that they didn’t take the shoulder blades (or whatever they have there) from the back when they got into the bus, but you can catch on and catch a bullet ...
    1. ilf
      ilf 23 October 2013 10: 46
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      I agree with you!
    2. ruslan207
      ruslan207 23 October 2013 20: 03
      +1
      Marssik-This is not the coolest special forces in Israel, there is still a shutet13, and saeret matkal
      1. Mairos
        Mairos 24 October 2013 16: 23
        +1
        It is impossible to compare special forces units in terms of "toughness". They have different tasks. ))
        Well, as an example .. You can not compare the special forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the special forces of the GRU. The former provide internal security (seizing or destroying crime), and the latter are pure intelligence saboteurs. Although cases of non-targeted use of special forces units do take place. Sh-13 is divers-saboteurs, and Matkel is more likely an analogue of the GRU special forces.
        Learn the materiel. )))
  5. revnagan
    revnagan 23 October 2013 11: 01
    +9
    Quote: ilf
    and indeed it would not hurt the exchange of experience between our special forces, we carry out similar tasks in the fight against terrorism and banditry

    exchange of experience will not give anything, the working conditions are different. Look, they have, almost like "agent 007", an open license to kill. Where they found an enemy, they crashed there. It doesn't matter where - Palestine, other neighboring states ... - they drove a bulldozer to the house, shot at point-blank from a tank, and also rolled through the ruins. Yes, let our specialists do all this, shoot terrorists on the territory of Georgia, destroy bases in Afghanistan and the near abroad, and I assure you that terrorists and their patrons will be afraid even to think about actions against Russia. But after all, nizzyaya. We have "humanism" and human rights ...
    1. Krogan_Urdnot
      Krogan_Urdnot 23 October 2013 11: 16
      +4
      Quote: revnagan
      But nizzyaya. We have "humanism" and human rights ...


      Really? Here is a couple of videos at a glance, the guys don’t worry about themselves, drove an armored personnel carrier to a house with a bandit in the village and calmly shot the house out of an RPG, with humanism and human rights no worse than ours
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      1. revnagan
        revnagan 23 October 2013 18: 55
        +3
        Quote: Krogan_Urdnot
        Here is a couple of videos at a glance, the guys don’t worry about themselves, drove an armored personnel carrier to a house with a bandit in the village and calmly shot the house out of an RPG, with humanism and human rights no worse than ours
        On your territory (in your home), to protect your country you need to do what you think is necessary.
        But you pulled the words out of context. Israeli special services conduct special operations not only in the territory of their country, but almost wherever they see fit. Here below, the professor writes that Yamam does not work abroad, I take my word for it. And the rest of the special forces shoot terrorists around to the world. If Russia cleared the camps of militants and their individual representatives in Georgia and other neighboring (and not so) states ... But alas. And somehow Budanov’s business comes to mind ... Why would it?
        1. atalef
          atalef 24 October 2013 06: 51
          +2
          Quote: revnagan
          Israeli intelligence agencies conduct special operations not only in the territory of their country, but almost wherever they consider necessary

          And it should be so, to protect your country. What does not suit you in this?
          1. revnagan
            revnagan 26 October 2013 16: 29
            +1
            Quote: atalef
            And it should be so, to protect your country. What does not suit you in this?

            Everything settles down, they’re doing the right thing. I don’t like the fact that the rest of the states of Israel categorically refuse this right.
    2. Professor
      Professor 23 October 2013 16: 17
      +4
      Quote: revnagan
      Where they found the enemy, they banged there. It does not matter where Palestine, other neighboring states ...

      Yamam abroad does not work. Specificity.
      In general, at competitions among Israeli special units for the release of hostages, Yamam usually takes first place.

      PS
      I watched a documentary about the exchange of experience between Israeli and Polish special forces. 2 moments were especially remembered:
      The Polish fighter was shocked by the number and severity of events that Yamam faced daily.
      An Israeli fighter was taken on a deer hunt (or elk, I don't remember). He refused to shoot. The locals are shocked, you, unlike us, killed people. He says: "I will not kill anyone for fun."

      In general, an interesting film, I recommend.
      1. Pimply
        Pimply 23 October 2013 21: 11
        0
        Quote: Professor
        I watched a documentary about the exchange of experience between Israeli and Polish special forces. 2 moments were especially remembered:

        Prof. Is there a name for the film? And in what language
        1. Professor
          Professor 24 October 2013 09: 19
          +1
          Quote: Pimply
          Prof. Is there a name for the film? And in what language

          If I remembered, the link would have been posted a long time ago. On the 8th channel in Hebrew ...
  6. MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 23 October 2013 11: 04
    10
    Friends, stop screaming about who, which promotes the number of articles. Most participants will always be interested in learning about this or that special forces and the more articles, the better it is in terms of the amount of information, even if it’s superficial (there will never be detailed information. For that, he and special forces). I do not mind if there will be a seventh, eighth or more articles.
  7. Pimply
    Pimply 23 October 2013 11: 55
    +3
    Excerpt from another article.

    Any serviceman of the army, police and border troops up to 25 years of age who has served at least three years in combat units and has completed the course of a squad commander ("MAKim course") can become a candidate for YAMAM.
    "Some of the people trying out in YAMAM are those who were hated. But we don't need such people - they don't suit us from the psychological point of view. Preference is given to those who simply think that they can contribute to the fight against terror and stand guard over civilians. At the same time, members of the elite special forces undergo further, reservist, service as part of their former units and can regularly be recruited for operations after the end of the service. "

    In addition, certain problems are created by the fact that a fighter has limited career opportunities in Yamam, which does not suit everyone.

    The candidate sends his biography (crystal clear), which is carefully checked. Then he is summoned for an interview and if he passes it, the qualifying stage begins, which lasts two weeks. They check physical and psychological capabilities, the ability to handle weapons (shooting at speed, the ability to quickly cope with a misfire), the provision of medical care with psychological pressure (below I will give an example of how important this is).

    Those who pass the selection go through several more conversations with psychologists and commanders, and only after that they are credited to the preparatory stage. This stage lasts eight months, during another four acquired knowledge is consolidated. During this time, candidates must be trained to free hostages on all modes of transport. This is the main thing. The first time is working with weapons. To anyone. On accuracy, speed, technique.

    "This is the foundation," says one veteran. "Day after day, our instructors work with candidates. At the beginning individually, then in groups and 'teams.' Only after all the newcomers have proven that they are fluent in weapons, we begin the more difficult stage."

    It should be noted that in Yamam, no shooting training is static. Everything is in motion. What is work on accuracy, speed and equipment - can be shown using real combat as an example. In the summer of 2003, Palestinians abducted an Israeli citizen. One of them was calculated in the refugee camp (LB) of Kalandia. He tried to escape. A Yamama fighter hit him in total darkness, in difficult terrain, with 25 meters. In the patella. From the gun. It could have been shot, but then they would not have been able to obtain the information necessary to detect the hostage.

    Then follows the development of AT actions. The most important stage. Actions are being worked out in buses, planes, trains.

    Great attention is paid to penetrating objects and developing special tools. Moreover, in addition to assistance from Israeli military companies, much is being developed by the craftsmen of the detachment. Thanks to such developments, it was possible to capture more than a dozen scumbags.

    The final four months - the development of acquired skills. A series of exercises follows, in which both Yamam employees and other units, including SM, are involved.

    A lot of time is devoted to hand-to-hand combat. Employees often work and carry out captures in small groups and mastery of hand-to-hand combat techniques is simply necessary.

    Already in the course of the course, there is a division into sections: attack aircraft, urban climbers, snipers, miners, dog handlers. There are combat swimmers closely interacting with the special forces of the fleet.

    Any fighter Yamam signs a contract for at least three years, most subscribe for two, or even three terms, which makes it possible to constantly improve.

    Those who complete the training are distributed among the operational departments.
  8. Katsin1
    Katsin1 23 October 2013 12: 46
    +9
    Unfortunately, we have a lot of unhealthy "humanism". 10 years ago, because of this "humanism" under fire, I had to provide non-urgent help to the terrorist's father (I am a doctor). It's good that it didn't catch on ...
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 23 October 2013 13: 10
      +2
      Quote: Katsin1
      Unfortunately, we have a lot of unhealthy "humanism".

      I don’t know, I think this is normal. I saved a terrorist who, a few minutes before, was trying to kill our guys. This is the difference between normal people and animals hunting civilians.
      1. revnagan
        revnagan 23 October 2013 19: 06
        +6
        Quote: Pimply
        I saved a terrorist who, a few minutes before, was trying to kill our guys.

        Under what circumstances did you save? Maybe he was really needed alive? But you are right, the terrorists are rabid animals, regardless of their views. A good terrorist is a dead terrorist.
        1. Pimply
          Pimply 23 October 2013 21: 14
          +1
          Quote: revnagan
          Under what circumstances did you save? Maybe he was really needed alive? But you are right, the terrorists are rabid animals, regardless of their views. A good terrorist is a dead terrorist.

          He and another directed a tractor at our fighters. We took them off, one at zero immediately, the second from the other side we pulled (dressing, helicopter, etc.)
          1. Revolver
            Revolver 24 October 2013 01: 33
            -1
            Quote: Pimply
            He and another directed a tractor at our fighters. We took them off, one at zero immediately, the second from the other side we pulled (dressing, helicopter, etc.)
            In a good way I had a control in the back of my head. So that later exchanges should not be done at the rate of 1027 to one.
      2. Katsin1
        Katsin1 24 October 2013 00: 48
        +3
        Humanism is wonderful, but not at the cost of the lives of our soldiers. There is only one order of priority:
        1) the life of its civilian population
        2) the life of their soldiers
        3) the life of the civilian population of the enemy
        4) the life of an armed enemy

        In Israel, the opposite is true: the life of his soldier is more valuable than the life of his civilians, and often the life of enemy civilians is more valuable than the life of his soldiers.

        The real liberals are not with you, they are with us, unfortunately ...
    2. revnagan
      revnagan 23 October 2013 19: 00
      +1
      Quote: Katsin1
      10 years ago, because of this "humanism" under fire, I had to provide non-urgent help to the terrorist's father (I am a doctor). It's good that it didn't catch on ...

      +. Okay, but work is work.
  9. Maximus-xnumx
    Maximus-xnumx 23 October 2013 19: 15
    0
    Quote: Professor
    In general, an interesting movie, I recommend

    What kind of movie and what is it called?
  10. Seraph
    Seraph 24 October 2013 02: 12
    +1
    If the Zionists and world capital did not brazenly violate the rights of the Palestinian people, then all these special forces would not be required
    1. atalef
      atalef 24 October 2013 06: 54
      +2
      Quote: Seraphim
      If the Zionists and world capital did not brazenly violate the rights of the Palestinian people, then all these special forces would not be required

      And what rights of Dagestanis and Chechens are violated by Russia. Or the one that exploded in Volgograd is the same in the service of world Zionism?
  11. angolaforever
    angolaforever 24 October 2013 17: 30
    -3
    Quote: atalef

    And what rights of Dagestanis and Chechens are violated by Russia. Or the one that exploded in Volgograd is the same in the service of world Zionism?

    You would answer for your people, and not look back at another. Israel occupied the lands and drove out the Arabs, hence all the wars and terrorists for decades. Even the UN recognizes Israel as wrong.
  12. And Us Rat
    And Us Rat 8 November 2013 08: 01
    +2
    Quote: revnagan
    Quote: atalef
    And it should be so, to protect your country. What does not suit you in this?

    Everything settles down, they’re doing the right thing. I don’t like the fact that the rest of the states of Israel categorically refuse this right.


    And the American delta and the GRU special forces conduct similar operations abroad, but they are generally carried out by everyone who has the opportunity, it’s just that nobody advertises this, and by the way, Israel too. All infa in the press - the analytical conclusions of the magazine most often.