Could it be that some young women don't want to be inducted . . . - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Zev Davis
    • 22.11.10 | 22:31 (IST)

    because they fear they might be sexually harrassed. Yes, Virginia, it happens, if the brass can do it, so can the officers at the lower end of the scale. I know there are rules, but, as we have seen it is more customary to break to rules in Zahal, rather than to enforce them. Not all officers are gentlemen, and not all units operate according to what is written on the walls of the Camp grounds that define the relations between male and female personnel. It wasn't so long ago a female soldier could go to the gynecologist and get an abortion through the Army medical services--wazzat for?! If they want to meet a soldier, let them do so off the camp grounds, somewhere they can won't have to be in a situation that is often coersive.

    from the article: IDF uses Facebook to catch women lying their way out of the army
    First published 21:10 22.11.10 | Last updated 21:10 22.11.10
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