Cannot those Military tough guys feel the pain of a father and family who lost a son. The Father probably served in the military and fought in Wars, and now they insult him. Granted, there was an absent soldier, but at that young age is there no room for teenage troubles to work out. Is there no counseling in the Israeli Military to help Young People through difficult times. He wanted to resume his responsibilities, so the fact that he was in a tragic accident preventing him to return should not be reason to insult the family name. Shame on them. Maybe if they find some love in the hearts, The holy Land would be a happier place.
- 7:44 PM