IDF Chief, State Attorney military prosecutor rebuke Bennett

Education minister Naftali’s comment that IDF soldiers are more scared of the military prosecutor than the enemy prompted resentful rebukes from Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gady Eisenkot and Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit. In his statement, Gen. Eisenkot praised the military prosecutor’s role as a factor in the IDF’s strength and an essential aid for commanders and soldiers to accomplish their operational mission and prevail in wars. The IDF must be kept outside political controversy, he said.  The attorney general stressed that, as a former military prosecutor himself, he learned that in wartime, keeping to the law during combat was a source of strength for the IDF.


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4 thoughts on “IDF Chief, State Attorney military prosecutor rebuke Bennett

  • Nov 20, 2018 @ 2:33 at 2:33

    That is why we have a fucked up Chief of Staff(Stuffing) one that is responsible for the Hamas debacle together with the coward Natanyahou. No self respecting country would allow for months an enemy to burn the forests and fields only a prosecutor with a fucked up brain lead by a corrupt politician. Now Mr Chamberlain claims he is concerned about national security. It is all a bunch.of bull

    • Nov 22, 2018 @ 15:25 at 15:25

      Relax, you are100% right. The messiah will fire them both and Mandelblitt, and their ilk without pensions….and maybe jail time for treason and crimes against the Jewish people. They will be exposed to civil suits. Then let’s see WHO helps these political criminals.

  • Nov 20, 2018 @ 17:21 at 17:21

    Has the IDF won ANY engagement since lawyers, safely removed from the battlefield, started to decide who can be shot and what can be attacked on a case by case basis. The military lawyers should be sent into Gaza to advise Hamas on when they are committing war crimes, Hamas commits far more of them the IDF does.


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