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I can't help but contrast these women with those of similar age in US universities, chanting pro-Palestine mantras. You have Israeli women defending their country, while we have mindless twits that couldn't find Israel on a map, all while covering their faces lest their mothers recognize them.

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I saw this article on the news! These girls are heroes! Gunned down the most brutal enemy on the planet, without fear.

They set a new standard for female capability on the battlefield 💪🇮🇱

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Can't help but pair this with the reporting about the young female soldiers in intelligence whose multiple warnings about Hamas preparations to attack were ignored. Sexism is lethal not just to women but to the whole society. And the converse is true too -- treating women as capable keeps the whole country safer.

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I love the way they ran over the terrorists on the road with their tank!

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Israel's Amazons; the terrorists' nemesis ; what a fine brave bunch of patriots.

Meanwhile the UK's left/lib/Green wimmin can't bring themselves to condemn the atrocities of October the 7th; too busy staring down the CRT rabbit hole, and spouting nonsense about LGBTQ+++for Gaza and marching with the Islamists.

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These young girls as the young boys who are in the IDF are stand-alone kids; fighting a vile enemy in our tiny speck called Eretz Israel. Back home in our diaspora, we are surrounded by entitled young pathetic young people who themselves do not deserve a spot on G-d’s planet. Unfortunately our left leaning - Jew hatred world condones their vile rhetoric. And tjese Jewish kids have more integrity in their hair follicle then the young loud mouth protesters standing with muslim terrorists. They stand for Israel and their Jewish people without complaining or feeling hard done by. The world needs to see true heroes and not the fake garbage Hollywood puts out.

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I am so proud of these women for what they took ownership of as fighters for Israel in the tanks.What a historical moment for women in the Israeli army. These women are saving their country and the people in it.They are defending their country and not thinking of the danger to them. Proud of them. Proud of Israel for giving them the opportunity to see the value of women in tanks. Am Israeli Chai.

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Never again. You go, Girls, and may He who keeps Israel, He who never slumbers or sleeps, keep you safe.

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I very much enjoy your daily posts - especially the recent discussion with the Mark Dubowitz when he apologized for not understanding what was developing and praised you for speaking out. I enjoyed hearing you at Ramah Darom Pesach. My request: please discuss, feature, or mention the Israeli Children's Fund: israelichildrensfund.org Thank you. Edward Zissman edwzissman@gmail.com

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Rather depends on the combat role. Israel is in a unique position. She has no choice except to ask EVERY resident to defend their nation. She is nation with a small population with a limited number of males eligible for combat, unlike their adversaries. The role of women in combat positions in Israel is a necessity for survival, not desirability. It is not for most nations.

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I’ve shared and gifted your words because as an Israeli in America I know how VITAL this level of clear and concise info is. I dare call it hasbara, but it is. My question is how on earth do I add English captions to things? I’m not a tech-moron, nor a tech-genius. I’m happy to add the text myself on countless tv news articles etc. “Is there an app for that”? Or do I really just need to post clips and translate in the comments?

I’d love to help in spreading of info for the English-speaking world, so before I google, I thought to ask here, as a humble but loyal follower/sharer: how am I to share media in Hebrew with English or Farsi (my husband & his family) subtitles??!

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I just wish the haredim could see that video, but they don't watch television...maybe that's why. If they did, maybe they'd start to question their outlook on life...

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