Israelis Could Learn Something From Prince Harry

Back in 2005, Prince Harry sparked widespread outrage by wearing a Nazi armband to a costume party. Although he quickly apologized for the stunt, the incident only served to confirm his reputation as a black sheep of the British royal family.

What a difference three years makes. Now, Harry has shaped up into a model citizen. It was recently revealed (by the loose lips of the Drudge Report) that Harry had been fighting on the frontlines in Afghanistan with Her Majesty’s armed forces in Afghanistan.

Ha’aretz’s resident Jeremiah, Ari Shavit, writes that Israel’s elites could learn something from the fighting prince:

Read Shavit’s full article here.

UPDATE: It turns out that the loosest lips belonged not to the Drudge Report, but to an Australian women’s magazine — though at least the loose lips of the magazine New Idea are apologetic ones (and were apparently only inadvertently loose).

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