Details of the elite Israeli police teams call YAMAM. @Adam_Ciralsky Malcom Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres

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(Photo:1698 sketch by Cornelis de Bruijn

Cornelis de Bruijn - This file was provided to Wikimedia Commons by Geographicus Rare Antique Maps, a specialist dealer in rare maps and other cartography of the 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, as part of a cooperation project.

A rare 1698 view of Bethlehem by Dutch artist Cornelius de Bruijin. Depicts the city as well as the nearby herding grounds. Arab horsemen, loungers, and a hunting dog roam in the foreground. This view was most likely rendered in secret during de Bruijin’s second world tour. The Holy Land was then under the control of the Ottoman Empire who imposed strict limitations on pilgrims and tourist from Europe. It is highly unlikely that de Bruijin would have been allowed to make sketches of the region openly.

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Details of the elite Israeli police teams call YAMAM. @AdamCiralsky Malcom Hoenlein @Confof_pres

● https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/10/inside-yamam-top-secret-israeli-anti-terrorism-operation

Adam Ciralsky's television career includes CBS News' 60 Minutes and later NBC News, where, over the course of a decade, he has won many of journalism’s highest honors, including three Emmys, a Peabody Award for Significant & Meritorious Achievement in Broadcasting & Cable,[4] a Polk Award for Outstanding Television Reporting, an Alfred I. duPont–Columbia University Award for Breaking News and Sustained Coverage,a Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism and a Barone Award for Excellence in National Affairs/Public Policy Journalism. He now writes long-form articles for Vanity Fair, where he has written subjects ranging from the Pentagon’s chronic mismanagement of the most expensive weapons program in U.S. history, Israel narrowly averting a large-scale terrorist attack, interview with the leader of Hamas, and an exposé of a world-renowned surgeon as a fabulist.