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Kidon (Hebrew: כידון, bayonet or “tip of the spear”) is the name of a department within Israel’s Mossad that is allegedly responsible for the execution of opponents. Kidon is suspected of being behind a number of successful assassination…
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  • Mark J. Wagner A state run assassinations is unacceptable in modern world. Some of those agents after extensive training and missions are being employed by various organizations, which have a reputation as illegal. 

    Kadon is just one of the organizations, global, wh
    ich conduct assassinations at any place on Earth.
    In terms of humanism and spiritual aspect, human shall not become a tool of abuse, murder.
    Human = deadly weapon ? NO !

    Modern law is the platform of justice within the society.

    PLEASE OPPOSE AND REJECT STATE RUN ASSASSINATIONS.
    PLEASE OPPOSE TO MOLD HUMAN BEING AS DEADLY WEAPON, IN THIS INSTANCE, ASSASSIN.

    Those agents deserve meaningful life, free of abuse. Those people, agents assassins, deserve good, virtuous life … .

  • Mark J. Wagner Please submit state organizations, which train state assassins anywhere in the world, and oppose to train people as state murderers. Please help people who join various organizations, and along the training, and often exceptional intelligence as well as physical abilities are being train as murderers.

    Oppose state run assassination programs, promote human dignity.

  • Mark J. Wagner Prosze o zamieszczenie informacji o programie, jesli taki jest w Polsce, ktory wykorzystuje Polskich oficerow, agentow do celow takich jak: zabojstwa, morderstwa, inwigilacje, wymuszanie samobojstw, wypadki itp. sa oplacani i finansowani sa ze srodkow Panstwowych.
    Osoby te, agenci, kobiety, mezczyzni, maja prawo zyc zgodnie z etyka wspolczesnego swiata.
    Kidon
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Kidon (Hebrew: כידון, bayonet or “tip of the spear”) is the name of a department within Israel’s Mossad that is allegedly responsible for the execution of opponents. Kidon is suspected of being behind a number of successful assassination campaigns, such as the Operation Wrath of God campaign. Given the secret nature of the unit, there is almost no reliable information available.

    Unconfirmed claims[edit]
    According to Israeli author Aaron Klein, Kidon was known as Caesarea until a reorganization in the mid-1970s.[1]

    The Kidon is described by Yaakov Katz as “an elite group of expert assassins who operate under the Caesarea branch of the espionage organization. Not much is known about this mysterious unit, details of which are some of the most closely guarded secrets in the Israeli intelligence community.” The unit only recruits from “former soldiers from the elite IDF special force units.”[2]

    In addition to counter terrorist operations, the Kidon unit can also operate in other capacities in order to assist the needs of the Mossad.[3]

    In popular culture[edit]
    Kidon is referenced numerous times in the 2001 novel Separation of Power by Vince Flynn as assassins working for the Israeli Mossad.

    Kidon is referenced several times in the show NCIS. Kidon is referred to in the NCIS season 6 episode “Legend (Part 2)” when they suspect a Mossad agent visiting the US is part of the Kidon group. In the last episode of the same season, “Aliyah”, officer Ziva David’s boyfriend Michael Rivkin is stated to have been a Kidon member. Officer David is shown to be a part of Kidon as well. The director of Mossad, Eli David, has referred to his daughter Officer David as the “sharp end of the spear”.

    Kidon is also referred to in the Covert Affairs season 1 episode “No Quarter”. The protagonist Annie Walker is forced to cooperate with ex-Kidon-turned-Mossad-agent Eyal Lavin when an intel-exchange in Switzerland is compromised.

    In the 2012 Chris Ryan novel Killing for the Company SAS operatives Chet Freeman and Luke Mercer come head-to-head with a Kidon operative gone rogue.

    In season 2 of the Israeli TV drama Hatufim, a Kidon operative figures heavily in a plot to assassinate a terrorist leader in Syria.

    On October 10th 2013 the comedic film Kidon [4] was released starring Tomer Sisley, Kev Adams and Bar Refaeli, and written and directed by Emmanuel Naccache. The movie features the The Assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh as told from the perspective of the Mossad.

    Kidon is referenced numerous times in the 2013 novel The Enemy, by Tom Wood, as a team from Kidon are after Victor.

    Selective assassination
    Israeli targeted killings
    Duvdevan Unit—Israel’s undercover strike unit
    Aman—Israel’s military intelligence agency
    Shin Bet—Israel’s homeland security/counter intelligence agency
    Special Activities Division—a CIA organization

    Notes
    Jump up ^ Klein, Aaron J. Striking Back: The 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre and Israel’s Deadly Response. New York: Random House, 2005. ISBN 1-4000-6427-9. pp. 107 & 203.

    Jump up ^ Israel Vs. Iran: The Shadow War, Potomac Books, Inc, 2012, page 91, By Yaakov Katz, Yoaz Hendel

    Jump up ^ Melman, Yossi (19 February 2010). “Kidon, the Mossad within the Mossad”. Haaretz. Retrieved 9 March 2013.
    Jump up ^ Kidon movie in IMDb

    References
    Frattini, Eric. Mossad, los verdugos del Kidon. Madrid: Atanor Ediciones, 2011. ISBN 978-84-938718-6-4.

    Ostrovsky, Victor. By Way of Deception: The Making and Unmaking of a Mossad Officer. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1990. ISBN 0-9717595-0-2.

    Thomas, Gordon. Robert Maxwell, Israel’s Superspy: The Life and Murder of a Media Mogul. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2002. ISBN 0-7867-1295-3.

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