The problem with Naveh is that he talks and acts as an entrepneur for an organization that thrives, in the end, on obedience. An entrepeneur needs other innovators to work with, or all his theory remains just so many concepts. One issue I see in trying to adapt a philosophical framework created for a resistance (to superior force) to an army that itself IS that superior entity. is that the ethical/moral dimension is missing from the equation. If one is to execute a 'walk through walls" effectively, it must be totally convinced of the justice of their cause - from the top to the lowest underling, or the walls become opaque. The IDF now has numerous soldiers who harbor serious doubt about their mission & with no cause there's no focus. Another issue is that an army is not as adaptable as a nimble resistance. What Naveh needs to do next is to HELP the Palestinian resistance movement. That's the real challenge - e.g., how to press Hamas' cause, without bringing total fury in response.
Monitor: Clashes near Damascus despite truce there, five killed in Aleppo (Reuters)
from the article: Dr. Naveh, or, how I learned to stop worrying and walk through walls