#23 WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot - Maybe you'll consider the following.. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 10.04.10 | 21:43 (IDT)

    I will not start with "Nazis", as you did, but with your: "Since when is moral integrity considered to be a lack of discipline (Anat Kam)? ... It`s exactly that type of people we need in the military." OK! We need that. Now what about our women, or men soldiers, whose "moral integrity" exists, in their mind, only in the religious, or in settlers, or in Likudniks, or in Lieberman, or in you yourself! Can they spy too? No? Why so? You won the last election? Next, even if you had won an election, wouldn't you condemn the polarization of Israelis? Shouldn't all Israelis be more tolerant? How so, if only one kind of Israelis is allowed to spy??? And what kind of society is that in which everybody SHOULD spy? I have no more room VodkaMenuetGavotte, but one thing left: take the word "Nazis" out of your bloody mouth when you speak to another Israeli!

    from the article: Harrass the IDF, not alleged whistleblower Anat Kam
    First published 03:18 09.04.10 | Last updated 03:51 09.04.10
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