Ok Haaretz, its understandable to be left-leaning... But to show sympathy for situations in which West Bank raids yeild no arrests, or to discuss subjective feelings amongst soldiers in random situations (which conveniently interlock by the end to paint a picture of the story at large)? What does that prove? The reality of a politically motivated war? What about those soldiers who stopped a terrorist from infiltrating? Or those raids which turned up a weapons factory? Being in the military is not like a video game which people expect these days. There are going to be real people and situational events out there.
UN agency warns school may be delayed for Palestinian refugees due to lack of funding (AP)
from the article: 'We were supposed to enter quietly - instead we threw grenades'