Judging from the article he has no ongoing military commitment to the Israeli army so it's not like he is a member of both armed forces. It's not like he does two weeks duty with the U.S. Army and then another two weeks with the Israeli Army. Unless there is some reason to doubt his loyalty that the article doesn't mention then I think that the Major should be reinstated to his duties. Being Jewish is not a sign of disloyalty.
To: Non-Sequitur; Sabramerican; veronica
. . . . I think that the Major should be reinstated to his duties. Being Jewish is not a sign of disloyalty.
I agree. But when you are a intelligence officer whining to a newspaper is, especially if you are whining about your security clearance being yanked. Given that he went running to the press, do you really think this man should be reinstated to a top security clearence and an intelligence unit? If his clearence was yanked for being Jewish that was clearly wrong, but two wrongs don't make a right.
posted on 10/23/2001 10:42:59 AM PDT
Being Jewish is not a sign of disloyalty.
According to the article, he wasnt stripped of his security clearance because he was jewish but because his ties to Israel (a nation) were too close.
posted on 10/23/2001 10:54:35 AM PDT
by Dave S
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