If a soldier or a policeman, or someone working in intelligence agencies, found that the establishment/organisation they are working within are conducting criminal acts (as violation of a High Court's ruling is considered criminal act), should then passing documents which prove such crimial acts be considered 'secret' documents undermining state security? Surely not!
Peace talks on Syrian conflict could resume if truce extends to Aleppo, UN mediator says (Reuters)
from the article: Harrass the IDF, not alleged whistleblower Anat Kam
Advocates for ultra-Orthodox victims say cultural prohibitions against reporting abuse to police remain strong in their communities, where extended families are often large and influential, and relationships are tightly knit.14:30 03.05.16 | 0 comments