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    • alias
    • 05.09.05 | 09:07 (IDT)

    either ure barking up the the tree or ure a plant. i am not proud.im a worried parent.my complaint was that posting to khevron which is more anathema to me than u. idf not career army t. kids get drafted.i would like its present deployment better if it was. knowing kids guard the likes of gabe,harris raw nit,kim and various potflowers,makes it even shitier. if u ever read GOOD war books u will find the soldier closer to you than to his napoleon.closer to his enemy to.eg. spike milligan-our own uri avneri-very instructive-h.h.kirst etc.not every g.i in vietnam was a child-burner by choice,nor every german infantry man a war-criminal. when i expressed ure view i heard:its better i and my kind do it,than some of the sadists. thats the tragedy-yu are forced into the situation,then inertia. conscription includes arabs and u can imagine how sum feel. im for a negotiated solution.many israelis too,many with soldier-kids.i can live with unilateral pull-out.icould live with imposed peace.nobody asks me.

    from the article: From dust to dust
    First published 00:00 04.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 04.09.05
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