The Strongest Army in the Middle East Cannot Even Feed Its Own Soldiers

Animals in the kitchens, mold in the salads, meat that isn’t fully cooked and E. Coli bacteria in other dishes. The Israeli army is feeding 200,000 people daily, but too many of them are left hungry and malnourished

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Serving lunch at an IDF canteen.
Serving lunch at an IDF dining room.Credit: Ofer Vaknin, Tzachi Dabush
Soldiers enjoy a salad bar at the Ariel Sharon camp, southern Israel (the sign reads 'Bsari' literally meaning 'meaty' or 'meat kitchen' for kosher purposes).Credit: Ofer Vaknin
Israeli soldiers having lunch in their base.Credit: Ofer Vaknin

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