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It seems that the information was collected via the internet, doubtlessly through extensive use of social networks. A quick search reveals that many of the pictures on the site, especially those of the younger low level soldiers, were taken from facebook profiles.
Ynet has discovered that many of the details appearing on the website are correct. The photos were taken from various news publications and social networks like facebok. The officers and soldiers aren't quite sure how their details got into the website's hands, but clarified that they were proud of their actions and happy to be included in the list.
First Sergeant (res.) Ziv Danieli from Ramat Gan served in the 101 paratroopers regiment and received a regimental commander citation for his actions in Operation cast Lead after he extracted his wounded commander while under fire from Hamas militants.
Originally posted by oozyism
Originally posted by RedGolem
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I think you missed the point. Publishing names and addresses and other contact information makes them open mob violence.
Sometimes MOB justice can actually make a difference
Do you agree?