'It Comes When You're Alone:’ IDF Snipers on Gaza Border Aren't Receiving Mental Healthcare

The snipers who shot at dozens of people at close range, for hours at a time, saw them falling and heard their cries, have not received any specific handling by their units

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“There's a myth about these combat soldiers, that they are not vulnerable, that they can deal with anything”
“There's a myth about these combat soldiers, that they are not vulnerable, that they can deal with anything”Credit: Ilan Assayag
Yaniv Kubovich
Yaniv Kubovich
An IDF force across from thousands of Palestinian protesters in a March of Return, April 2018.Credit: Eliyahu Hershkovitz
IDF snipers on Gaza's border, March 2018.Credit: Eliyahu Hershkovitz
IDF sniper near the Gaza border, March 2018.Credit: Ilan Assayag
IDF force in Gaza border, April 2018.Credit: Eliyahu Hershkovitz

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