A few retired generals are worried about our maternal feelings that might be damaged on the battlefield, but we belong in the tank corps and higher.
Female soldiers have been allowed to serve as kashrut inspectors in the IDF since 2014, so why has no woman been appointed to the role?
The IDF has seen an unprecedented growth in synagogues, most of it with foreign funds; meanwhile, non-Jewish soldiers suffice with praying in improvised shacks.
Only after they came home from last summer's operation in Gaza did reservists in an infantry battalion realize they were suffering psychological problems. But the army did little to answer their pleas for help.
Unlike the infantry, combat-support soldiers like the ones who operated the celebrated missile defense system are often not recognized by the IDF.
High-schoolers and soldiers are volunteering for the Efrat anti-abortion group, although the Education Ministry and army have not authorized such activity.
Steimatzky and Tzomet both blame the absence of outlets on a lack of local Arabic publishers, and the hassle of importing from the Arab world.
The National Insurance Institute won't let a mother into one of its branches unless she takes a sip from her baby's bottle.