Friday, June 14, 2013

 

Have Israeli military 'Girls Gone Wild'?

The incident is the latest using social media to expose more of the Israeli military than commanders would like.


 Have Israeli military 'Girls Gone Wild'? An Israeli soldier looks at the Facebook page of the Israel Defence Force.
AP Photo: Sebastian Scheiner, File. Israeli military rules will soon restrict the use of Facebook and other social media as racy photographs of women soldiers caused a ruckus. 
JERUSALEM — The Israeli military is looking more and more like "Girls Gone Wild."

A new video has surfaced on YouTube showing a group of female soldiers dancing suggestively around a rifle in what appears to be a military barracks. One of the young women is wearing little more than her underwear, and a female voice can be heard saying she plans to upload the video to Facebook. Their faces are blurred out.

The move comes days after a group of female Israeli soldiers posing for photos wearing nothing but underwear and combat gear surfaced on Facebook, prompting widespread media coverage.

The military has disciplined a number of soldiers in recent years for posting inappropriate material on social-media sites, saying it does not reflect the army's values.

The army declined comment Thursday.

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