By Asa Kasher
Killer Israeli Soldier Deserves Prison Not Pardon — Democracy Depends on It
For decades now I have been active in shaping the moral face of Israel, the democratic nation-state of the Jewish people. I have been involved in writing the codes of ethics for the IDF, the Knesset, the government, several ministries as well as numerous major organizations and professions. I am, therefore, immediately attracted to every…
I Wrote the IDF Code of Ethics. Here’s My Take on the Hebron Shooting.
Israeli public debate is focused these days on a seemingly simple incident: In Hebron, two Palestinian terrorists attacked a team of Israel Defense Forces soldiers, managing to stab one of them before they themselves were shot. One terrorist was killed and the other injured. The latter was lying on the road when a soldier arrived,…
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