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Let the IDF Win (Tnu LiTzahal LiNatzeach)

Deterrence is a crucial factor in maintaining security, and the absence of an appropriate response to an act of aggression perpetuates further acts of aggression.
An Israeli soldier who got hit by a Molotov cocktail is seen on fire during a protest after Friday prayers outside the Temple Mount compound on March 8, 2013.

An Israeli soldier who got hit by a Molotov cocktail is seen on fire during a protest after Friday prayers outside the Temple Mount compound on March 8, 2013.
Photo Credit: Sliman Khader/Flash 90

It’s a wonder that there must be a slogan championing the most basic and obvious of statements, but cases like “David the Nahlawi” unfortunately prove that those slogans are needed now more than ever.

Eytan Meyersdorf

About the Author: Eyan Meyersdrof is an oleh from the United States. He served in the Golani Brigade in the IDF. He is currently studying political science at Bar-Ilan University and is the campus coordinator of the Im Tirtzu student movement.


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