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Must-See Video: Two Views of the Israeli Army

British Colonel Richard Kemp, former commander of British Forces in Afghanistan, investigates the IDF from all angles before declaring that Israel has the World’s Most Moral Army!

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Israel: The World's Most Moral Army

New Video with British Colonel Richard Kemp ->> "Israel: The World's Most Moral Army" Is the Israeli military a paragon of morality and wartime ethics? Or is it an oppressive force that targets innocent Palestinian civilians and commits war crimes as a matter of policy? Colonel Richard Kemp, who was the commander of British Forces in Afghanistan, was in #Israel during its war against Hamas in 2014, and analyzes whether Israel's military is ethical, evil, or somewhere in between.

Posted by PragerU on Monday, December 7, 2015

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  1. Herb & Heather Mechanic

    My husband and I and our dear (now deceased friend) Dodo enjoyed the wonders of Israel. My husband is Jewish and loves reading about Jerusalem. Dodo and I arrived in January 2000 and stayed at a resort near En Gedi and the Dead Sea. What I loved most was the varying colors of the Sea at the different times of the day and evening. When my husband arrived we traveled to Galilee and Nazareth and Jericho but most of all was the Western Wall and the Tunnel Tour under the temple and the old city of Jerusalem. If we had the money we would be back in a heartbeat! We understood why the market was filled with such large fruits and vegetables when we rode thru the valley of Galilee. On the day before we left after two glorious weeks we were staying at the Jerusalem Hotel and when we awoke we saw it had snowed heavily. All the buses and cars could not go anywhere! The only store open was “Dunkin Donuts” What a laugh we had. We became so familiar with Jaffa Street and ate most of our meals at the Kosher Cafeteria Restaurant where the food was so delicious!!! Vad Shem was moving but I must admit – having been to the Holocost Museum in Washington DC several times and the Museum of Intolerance in Los Angeles, the DC Museum was most real.

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