This woman has made herself unemployable - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • vernonmarriott
    • 19.08.10 | 17:25 (IDT)

    She's damaged Israel's image and the IDF's reputation as an Army with values. If she genuniely believes that in war there are no rules - then she's a complete fool and she's asking for trouble. Someone may have right-wing views, but in uniform (like in any job) they have a responsibility. Clearly this woman is irresponsible. I wonder if she will ever find employment in Israel - she's proven herself to be a liability

    from the article: 'I would gladly kill Arabs - even slaughter them'
    First published 15:56 19.08.10 | Last updated 15:56 19.08.10
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