Evacuation from Hebron

-A first-hand account of the evacuation of the families from Hebron. (The Jewish Press)

-Gideon Levy argues that the evacuation from Hebron should have included all the Jews–or none. (Haaretz)

-A look at the intense emotions involved in the mini-evacuation from Hebron. (Haaretz)

-A look at the dynamics of a recent serious outbreak of insubordination in the IDF. (The Jerusalem Post)

-But Yehuda Ben-Meir sees the refusal by 12 soldiers of the Duchifat Battalion to participate in evacuating the two families from the buildings they invaded in Hebron’s market as “an organized, calculated attempt at sedition“–not insubordination. (Haaretz)

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