Guy Tzur recently instructed Brig. Yossi Morley, the chief officer of the Engineering Corps, to form a committee consisting of senior representatives of all IDF corps, divisions and branches, to find suitable means to address the trend. The IDF investigation will zero in on two separate aspects of the pictures and videos that have surfaced in recent months, many of them showing female soldiers in their underwear and partial battle equipment. One focus will be the moral-ethical aspect of the photos in terms of those posing and taking the pictures. The IDF will also focus on the criminal aspect for the many cases in which images were uploaded to social media platforms without the consent of the soldiers themselves.
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IDF to crack down on bare soldier pics
Israel's female soldiers adhere to 'bra schedule' to avoid arousi
Recent history of changes in women's roles includes having women in the military in many countries. The presence of female soldiers in the Algerian army was of crucial importance during the Algerian revolution against colonial France; some of the most prominent figures and symbols of the National Liberation Front were female combatants. Three years later, Fatima Boudouani  became the second woman to be promoted to the rank of general in the PNA , and she was followed by three more women in , therefore making Algeria the Arab country with the biggest number of high-ranking female army commanders. Aardjoun's promotion reflects a growing trend of Algerian women taking more prominent positions in the workforce, most notably in the police and military. Algeria boasts the largest number of female police officers in the Muslim world.
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Israel’s Evolving Military
Women in combat are female military personnel assigned to combat positions. This article covers the situation in major countries, provides a historical perspective, and reviews the main arguments made for and against women in combat. For most of human history, people serving in combat were overwhelmingly male. In a few cases, however, individual women have been recorded as serving in combat roles or in leadership roles as queens such as Queen Boudica , who led the Britons against Rome; Joan of Arc is the most famous example.
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