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 Seventeen Russian terrorists’ leaders eliminated in Donbas over two years in operation similar to Mossad’s ‘Wrath of God’. PHOTOS

17 high-ranking Russian terrorists were eliminated or mysteriously died in Russia or in the Donbas over the two years of the war in Ukraine’s east.

As reported by Censor.NET, Mossad's 'Wrath of God' operation is considered to be one of the most famous in the history of secret services. It was a covert operation authorized by Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir in the autumn of 1972 and directed by the Israeli secret service Mossad to assassinate individuals suspected of being involved in the 1972 Munich massacre in which 11 members of the Israeli Olympic team were killed. The targets were members of the Palestinian armed militant group Black September and Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) operatives. 13 terrorists' leaders were eliminated in the operation that lasted for about 19 years.

Watch more: Burnt corpse found inside scorched office of terrorist chieftain Givi. VIDEO+PHOTOS

According to Censor.NET estimates, confirmed by the Russian media and social media reports, 17 leaders of the Russian terrorists were eliminated or mysteriously died in Russia or in the Donbas over two years including:
One ex-head of the "Luhansk People's Republic"
One ex-prime minister
One minister
One first deputy commander of the 2nd Army Corps
Three brigade commanders
Two deputy brigade commanders
One regiment commander
Three battalion commanders including two "DPR heroes"
Three city commandants
One "DPR " cash-flow manager

Seventeen Russian terrorists’ leaders eliminated in Donbas over two years in operation similar to Mossad’s ‘Wrath of God’ 01

Seventeen Russian terrorists’ leaders eliminated in Donbas over two years in operation similar to Mossad’s ‘Wrath of God’ 02

Watch more: New 'Motorola's elimination scene footage released online. VIDEO

As reported, terrorist Mikhail Tolstykh aka Givi was killed by a blast in his office in occupied Donetsk on Feb. 8. "DPR terrorist forces' deputy commander Eduard Basurin said: "We do not rule that adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Zorian Shkiriak is involved in this terrorist attack".

 
 
 
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