Eisner fights back
Lieutenant Colonel Shalom Eisner is fighting back against charges that he attacked a Swedish terrorist sympathizer
without provocation on Saturday.
"What's more important, fulfilling the task or looking good for the camera?" he said in a chat that was broadcast on Channel 10 News. "I am familiar with these anarchists' history. They came with sticks and broke my hand, but no one talks about that or films that. It's true; some of the pictures look bad. I used my weapon coldly, like a stick. I didn't kill anyone, and didn't put anyone's life at risk."
Yes. But he will probably be punished anyway.
Labels: IDF ethics, International Solidarity Movement, Jordan Valley