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I took out a bit that said that due to the fact that he served in the Israeli military Mori was born in Israel or moved there at a young age. Israel has a thing called the Law of Return which basically allows for any Jewish person to move to Israel and be granted citizenship. As Mori is a Jew and compares the experience to joining a "Foreign Legion" this is most likely what he did.
--Mafioso86 19:45, November 5, 2009 (UTC)Mafioso86
Mori's army service
Mori mentioned in dialouge during the mission "Kibbutz No.1" that he joined the army age 18 and served 3 years in israel.Could it be possible that he fought in the 1973 Arab/Israeli war aged 18? it's just a theory I've been think about when trying to calculate mori's birthdate, I think Mori was born in Chicago in 1955 and age 18 he served in the israeli army and took part in the 1973 Arab/Israeli war after fighting in the war he spent 2 years patrolling the west bank before finishing his service.In 1977 Brucie kibbutz was born and They have been arguing with each other since.You can see I've spent sometime thinking about this. what do you think?Andrew nicholson 17:23, November 20, 2009 (UTC) Sounds pretty logical,but don't every Israel citizen have a training program at 18?--Snake. 17:09, December 10, 2009 (UTC)