I think you should work on sharpening up your analytical "tools". There is a difference between considering the situation BEFORE the murder and AFTER it. When you do it AFTER, the baby is already dead and is not coming back regardless of what the IDF will do. At such a point in time, you can unemotionally think of the consequences. And if another baby's life can be saved by your actions or inactions, you might be inclined to make a choice.
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