In that configuration it would be like all trainer jet in this category.
such as twin engines:
or single engines:
All trainers who, in addition to carrying out the pilot training task, have CAS capabilities, which apart from the AIDC AT-3, Kawasaki T-4, all others have been used and are still being used proficiently for CAS operations in conflicts.
Furthermore, reading the characteristics of dimensions, empty and full load weight and power of the engines installed, the Yasin should have very similar performance to the other trainer jet twin engines.
Just out of curiosity, go and make a quick comparison, possibly even only on wikipedia:
AIDC AT-3 : 2 × Honeywell TFE731-2 turbofan engines, 15.6 kN (3,500 lbf)
AlphaJet: 2 × SNECMA Turbomeca Larzac 04-C5 turbofan engines,13.24 kN (2,980 lbf)
Kawasaki T-4: 2 × Ishikawajima-Harima F3-IHI-30 turbofans, 16.32 kN (3,670 lbf)
Yasin: 2 × Owj turbojet engines (without afterburner version), 16 kN (3,600 lbf)
Ok the Yasin has turbojet engines, while the others are turbofans and therefore more sparing in consumption, but the installed power is only slightly lower than that of the Japanese T4.
Otherwise dimensions, empty weights and maximum take-off weight are all very similar.
Therefore I do not agree with your claims that it flies like a Cessna and shoot it down with a dshk.