What she has done, a soldier showing decency and conscience where her superiors have shown none, was an act that took a certain amount of courage. It should also be borne in mind that for the present, for her own reasons, she has done this with a certain amount of anonymity. However, she is not really anonymous in her act. There is a photo of her in the article, and it will take the Shaba'k, the Secret Police, little time to find out who she really is.
In spite of all this, it is a beginning.
Her words, repeated below, are a slap in the face to the traitors who sit on Government Hill, plotting the ruination of this country and their own escape. They are proof that the days of the State – an institution that refuses to apologize for its sins against G-d – are numbered.
Three years is not a short time, and things should have straightened out already. But year after year we see that this is not the case. I'm very ashamed to look these people in the eyes. I am ashamed that I represented the values of the State, while the State forgot these values.
I feel that I was part of a terrible injustice that was done to these people - an injustice that, looking backwards, was not necessary, in my opinion, and with no real [positive] results, only negative ones.
May G-d bless this girl and make her an outrider of the future, filling our land with nashím Hayalót – women of valor.