Analysis || Israel's military censorship died when Barak opened his mouth about Syria
If Ehud Barak's blatant violation of Israel’s vow of silence - committed when he essentially confirmed Israel's responsibility for the strike in Syria last week- brings no response, then there remains no justification for the existence of the military censor.
The most miserable woman in Israel wears the uniform of the Israel Air Force and the epaulets of a brigadier-general. She works for a tough boss – the defense minister, to whom her commanders must answer.
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