It should be MORE concerned with how someone without a security clearance was even able to view these so-called "top secret" files, much less copy them to disk and walk out the door with them. And it's so typical of the IDF, Shin Bet, and the Israeli government, that SHE is being led to the chopping block, while the crimes she's revealed are swept back under the rug; which is where their "top secret" desgnation was meant to keep them. "National security" my ass! It's known as "burying evidence". Has anyone stopped to consider, especially in light of the news that she didn't have a clearance and could so easily access these items, that there is almost NO way that their "top secret" classification had anything to do with Israel's national security?
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: Shin Bet unable to find Anat Kam copies of secret IDF files