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Brotherhood of Warriors: Behind Enemy Lines with a Commando in One of the World's Most Elite Counterterrorism Units | [Aaron Cohen, Douglas Century]

Brotherhood of Warriors: Behind Enemy Lines with a Commando in One of the World's Most Elite Counterterrorism Units

Beverly Hills native Aaron Cohen was 18 years old when he left behind his privileged American life with the single-minded ambition of joining Israel's top anti-terrorist commando unit. After 15 months of grueling training, Cohen was offered the only post a non-Israeli can hold.
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Publisher's Summary

Beverly Hills native Aaron Cohen was 18 years old when he left behind his privileged American life with the single-minded ambition of joining Israel's top anti-terrorist commando unit. After 15 months of grueling training, Cohen was offered the only post a non-Israeli can hold: a top-secret, highly controversial unit that dispatches operatives disguised as Arabs into the Palestinian-controlled West Bank to abduct Hamas leaders and bring them to Israel for trial. Cohen learned flawless Arabic, lost all semblance of his all-American appearance, and participated in countless life-or-death missions. A propulsive, gripping read, Cohen's story is a rare fly-on-the-wall view into the shadowy world of "Black Ops".

©2008 Aaron Cohen; (P)2008 Tantor

What the Critics Say

"Aaron Cohen has something to say. And he knows what he's talking about....A no-nonsense, riveting read." (General Tommy Franks, U.S. Army, Ret.)
"A raw, intensely personal, and astonishing look at the journey of a very unlikely hero....It's more than a story of the making of an elite unconventional warfare operative-it's a real, in-your-face, and mesmerizing look at the birth of a patriot. You will be inspired, believe me." (Dale Brown)

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    Brad toronto, ON, Canada 10-02-14
    Brad toronto, ON, Canada 10-02-14 Member Since 2011

    love to listen

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    "Fun book to read and keeps you interested"

    Love war books and stories and this was a good one from a real guy who lived it. Writes clearly and tells a good story and was well worth the time and money. If I remember the book after 6 months then it must have been good or I is gettin old!

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    Philippa 01-09-12
    Philippa 01-09-12 Member Since 2011
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    "Fast Moving, Excellent Narration"
    Would you listen to Brotherhood of Warriors again? Why?

    I found the book both entertaining and informative. Provides insights one never consdiers.


    What about David Drummond’s performance did you like?

    I find his voice easy to listen to.


    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    Nathan Freehold, NJ, United States 12-26-10
    Nathan Freehold, NJ, United States 12-26-10 Member Since 2010
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    "Very on current"

    It starts slow, but, quite good once it gets going. Brought issues in perspective to dealing with terrorist and US need to adopt a more aggressive approach to security and counterterrorism. The closing of the book made me wanting to read more. I hope Aaron Cohen is working a sequel.

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    Richard Vicksburg, MS, USA 09-07-08
    Richard Vicksburg, MS, USA 09-07-08 Member Since 2007
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    "Inside IDF SF"

    This book was an excellent account of a man's journey from Hollywood brat to elite IDF counter-terrorism team member. The book deals largely with his training and then some of his operational experience. It highlights the difference between US tactics and ideology and those of Israel in dealing with terrorist cells. The Israeli use of methods one would normally associate with undercover police work seems more effective than those that I was taught at SOT (Mott Lake) with its dynamic entries. All in all, a great insight into the way a nation that has been under seige for 60 years deals with problems just emerging in our world. I just wish that he had included more accounts of actual operations.

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    A Mellor Las Vegas, NV, United States 07-05-08
    A Mellor Las Vegas, NV, United States 07-05-08 Member Since 2005
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    "Great insight"

    I thought this book was going to be about a war hero and it turned out to be the philosophical difference in the American approach to terrorism and the Israel approach.
    It is a great read that keeps the reader turning the page with a mix of excitement and thought provoking ideas.
    The ironic part is when the author compares the two nations priorities. Drugs for example, the author illustrates how the US commits a large number of resources to drugs. Not only does every law enforcement agency from local to federal handle it, they even created a who federal agency to combat it. In contrast, Israel classifies drugs as it classifies any other illegal activity and leaves it for every law enforcement agency to handle, instead it focuses resources on terrorism because that happens on every street corner. The author asks the question, how many people will have to dies, how many terrorist strikes will have to happen in the US before anti-terrorism becomes a part of every law enforcement agency just like anti-drug enforcement has. Whether or not you agree with this comparison or not there are many other parallels the author draws, it is definitely food for thought. The reason this is such an interesting book is because he has the benefit of being an insider for both the US and Israel, serving first a elite special forces soldier in the Israel Defense Force (IDF) and now as a private consultant for many law enforcement agencies in the US.

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    JT 04-17-12
    JT 04-17-12 Member Since 2011
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    "Complete waste of TIME and MONEY!!!!"
    This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

    Self centered jerkoffs


    Has Brotherhood of Warriors turned you off from other books in this genre?

    No


    How did the narrator detract from the book?

    Im not sure it's fair for me to give only one star to the narrator, but everything about this story absolutely SUCKED


    What character would you cut from Brotherhood of Warriors?

    The author, Aaron Cohen!


    Any additional comments?

    The most self centered book I could imagine. I bought this book thinking it was about a "Brotherhood of Warriors" and all it was about was Aaron Cohen's self centered story. There was absolutely nothing about brotherhood or teamwork. Look at me, I think I'm a bad ass, I fight people and my parents are rich. Oh, did I mention how I think I'm elite?Ill never get back the time I waisted listening to this. I could have been listening to American Sniper or Warrior Elite or War or The Good Soldiers. Those books are actually about teamwork and real brotherhood. Aaron Cohen may be a veteran of a great and highly respected unit in the Israeli army, but he certainly didn't learn how to be humble. You will be pissed if you buy this! I told you so!

    0 of 3 people found this review helpful
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