let me give you another option you should have noted. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • eli geva was an exception
    • 19.10.10 | 16:49 (IST)

    under or behind the corporate veil of the state of israel,both the IDF and the "settlers" are organs.israel,like all states,has many other organs.pertinent to our subject,we may mention 'border guard' and 'israel police'.in defence of IDF's tragic job (and myself incidentally)-the IDF is a conscript army,usually doing what it's told.it is up to the political level,the policy makers.and,most important and responsible for this historical mess of all-the U.S.A..

    from the article: Current West Bank olive harvest most violent in years, defense document reveals
    First published 00:41 19.10.10 | Last updated 00:41 19.10.10
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