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. The Kidon also took part in Operation Orchard in 2007 which was an operation to end the operation of a nuclear reactor in Syria; this was a Mossad collaboration that also involved 69 Squadron and Sayaret Matkal. Kidon was responsible for the assassination of Muhammad Suleiman.[1][2] Given the secret nature of the unit, there is almost no reliable information available.APART FROM HERESAY, The list is long and if you dig you will find the twin towers,london bus bombing, iParis attacks, and much more. do not be mistaken this group exists and operates and answers to the prime minister of Isreal only. Who if questioned about kidon will just smile and say” Iknow nothing about the existence of KIDON”.THIS IS NOT A CONSPIRACY THEORY IT IS FACT THERE IS A LINK BETWEEN ISIS AND ISRAEL.

According to Israeli author Aaron Klein, Kidon was known as Caesarea until a reorganization in the mid-1970s.[3]

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“.[4]

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


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