What to do about 'top secrets' (3rd try) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 10.04.10 | 11:29 (IDT)

    You write: "Right now, hundreds of clerks and officers are sitting in the Defense Ministry, the Foreign Ministry and the army lacking the courage to contact a journalist and divulge that the ministers or commanders in charge are endangering their children's future." Can one imagine what would happen if hundreds of clerks, Leftists, Rightists, religious, and extremists, would have the "courage" to spy and contact journalists, etc.? What about the fact that all Israel's governments are elected institutions, by the people, and the army's job is to defend those people? And after all that, we promote total anarchy where hundreds of people are doing whatever their conscience tells them and are spying accordingly? Do you think that now, when finally Israel's government is being punished, quite properly, by the entire world, for the tens of years of occupation, there is a need, in addition, to spy on the army?

    from the article: In Israel, reality hides under a 'top secret' stamp
    First published 03:18 09.04.10 | Last updated 10:12 10.04.10
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