- Category: International
- Created on Tuesday, 17 August 2010 09:42
- Written by Mike Ely
An Israeli soldier, who was part of the occupation of the West Bank for 2 years, posted photos of herself mocking bound captives -- and reveals (in a snapshot) the raw hatred the defines the Zionist treatment of Palestinian people. Within hours, a group of Israeli veterans created online galleries exposing many similar photographs posted by other Zionist occupier troops.
The caption on Israeli military veteran Eden Abargil's facebook page said "The army, the best time of my life."
One of Abergil's Facebook friends wrote under one of the photos, “You look so sexy like that."
A day after Facebook photos of IDF reserve soldier Eden Abergil posing with detained Palestinians hit the internet, Israeli pro-Palestinian organization Breaking the Silence posted an album full of similar pictures on the social networking site on Tuesday.
In a Facebook group titled "the norm that IDF spokesman Avi Benayahu denies," the organization writes:
"Unsurprisingly, the IDF spokesman released a 'shocked' statement saying that this is the 'shameless and ugly behavior of one soldier.' This picture is not the ugly behavior of one person, but a norm throughout the army...that is a result of military rule over a civilian population over a long time."