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IDF Lt. Col. Shaul Eisner, who was filmed over the weekend hitting a Danish protester with his rifle butt in the Jordan Valley, was dismissed from his position on Wednesday.
IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz decided to dismiss Eisner, after the recommendations of GOC Central Command Nitzan Alon and Sami Turgeman, commander of the Israel Defense Forces' ground forces, on the grounds that the attack was a "moral failure."
"It could have been a professional mistake to use a weapon in front of the cameras,"
Originally posted by cavtrooper7
That was NO butt stroke that was a coersive push.He bruised him I would guess.A butt strike is a way to stop someone,hard,breaking bones or knocking out.
You don't have to be a combatant in order to support terrorism and blow men women and children into pieces.
Originally posted by grayghost
I guess even the chosen people can be a A-hole too.
It's a shame to,I wounder how much pressure these solders
are under dealing with protesters? He had the look of disgust
on his face right before he hit the guy in the face.But that
still does not give him the right to do that.
I'm not talking about “cheer on”. I'm talking about actively assisting terrorists.