Israeli Police and Mossad
The Mossad is the Israeli national intelligence agency. Its director reports to the Prime Minister. Many tales have been told about this agency, and many more will probably never come to light. Their motto is from Proverbs, translated as "Where there is no guidance, a nation falls, but in an abundance on counselors there is safety." One of their most famous missions was the capture of the Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Argntina. The Israel Police is a civilian force, and is under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Public Security. They are responsible for public security and order, securing public events and rallies, dismantling explosives, law enforcement, covert operations against drub networks, road traffic control and handling youth violence. The Border Police is the combat arm of the police, the Yamam is an elite counter terror hostage rescued unit and the Yasam is the counter terror unit in each district.