By Selim Algar. The latest set of racy photos published to Facebook by a group of female Israeli soldiers. Female Israeli soldiers posing in their underwear and combat gear in January A group of frisky female Israeli soldiers published three more half-naked photos of themselves while on duty, almost immediately after they were punished for posting a similar photo last week on Facebook. It is unclear if any new action has been taken against the sexy fighters.
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A group of female Israeli soldiers were disciplined by commanders after they posed half naked and posted the photos on Facebook, the Associated Press reported. The teenage recruits were shown with their Israel Defense Forces fatigues stripped off expoing their underwear and back sides in one photo. Another showed a group of five young women posing in a barracks, wearing only helmets and scant combat equipment. The faces of the soldiers were blurred in the photos. Most Israelis, both men and women, must serve in the army as part of a national service obligation. Most ultra-Orthodox Jews are exempted from service, although that status is being sharply debated. The IDF is increasingly worried about the danger of R-rated images like this shared on social media — along with threats to military secrecy.
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Jump to navigation. On Wednesday, Israeli young women found a very unusual way of encouraging their soldiers. They made a page on Facebook and posted semi-nude pictures with messages like "I love IDF" on various parts of their bodies.
By Robert Tait , Jerusalem. One picture showed four women, who are new recruits, dropping their army trousers to reveal the thongs they were wearing underneath. One woman in the photo was dressed only in her bra and pants. Another image showed five scantily clad recruits wearing only helmets and a small covering of combat equipment.