Analysis Conquering the Israeli Army's Hannibal Directive
According to directive, it is permissible to open fire to thwart abductions, even at risk to soldier’s life, but not with aim of killing them so they won't be taken alive. The nuances are difficult to grasp.
The state comptroller kicked in an already-open door, we learned this week. In the draft of a different chapter of the report on 2014’s Operation Protective Edge, Joseph Shapira recommended to army Chief of...
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