You're nothing more but a greater Khadaffi with bigger guns.
Some pics of the israel M60 Patton "Sabra"
The M60 Sabra tank is an upgraded version of the M60A1 which is designed for the MBT modernization program of the Turkish Army.
The Israeli Military Industries (IMI) is upgrading the M60A1's with a new modular armor package which is delivered to Turkey in kits with technology transfer. The upgraded version retained the M60 Patton style M19 cupola with it's 12.7mm M85 machine gun. The modernization program includes the Elbit Systems electric gun and turret drive stabilization mechanism with a new fire control system (built by Aselsan) and a new 120 mm smoothbore gun (built by MKEK). In addition, the Sabra tank is equipped with an automatic fire and explosion suppression system, a threat warning system, smoke grenade launchers and a 60 mm mortar system (supplied by Soltam Ltd).
The prototype was completed and passed the qualification tests in May 2006. Several other prototypes are being tested in Israel and Turkey as part of USD 688 million contract dated 29 March 2002. The M60A1 modernization program is currently in the mass modernization phase. The project will end by April 2009.
Israeli officers described the upgraded Turkish M60A1 configuration, also known as the Sabra Mk.III, as "a totally new tank", with one IDF armour specialist claiming that "in some areas it even supersedes the Israeli Merkava Mk.IV".
Type Main Battle Tank
Country Israel & Turkey
Length 9.40 m
Width 3.63 m
Height 3.05 m
Weight 55 tons
Armour and armament
Armour Classified, Steel/Laminate armor
Main armament 120 mm smoothbore gun
Secondary armament 7.62 mm M240 Coaxial weapon
7.62 mm MG3A1 Machine gun
12.7 mm M87 Machine gun
60 mm internal mortar
Power plant Teledyne Continental AVDS 1790-5A four stroke diesel
908 HP (677 kW)
Suspension Independent, trailing arm
Road speed 48 km/h
Power/weight 16.5 hp/ton
Range 450 km
I was thinking that from above it almost looks like a King Tiger. The internal mortar is one of those lessons learned from the Yom Kippur War; the need to be able to handle the AT team threat and the infantry need support. Like Flanker stated, it's an in-between weapon.