If the IDF was upset Sunday about a provocative picture of female soldiers in their unmentionables uploaded to Facebook, now it really has a reason to get its panties in a bunch. Several more photos of the soldiers surfaced on social media Monday, showing them in their barracks wearing only their underwear and their Ms. The incident was the latest in a string of episodes involving young Israeli soldiers on social media that have drawn reprimands from the military. Female IDF soldiers in a racy photo The story has been shared widely in the Arab media, albeit often with a heavily censored version of the photograph. In a similar picture from , five women posed in what appeared to be a barracks room, dressed only in helmets and their combat vests. The faces of the soldiers were blurred in the photos. The statement did not identify the soldiers or give any details about the punishments. Military officials said the base conducted educational lectures to keep soldiers from repeating the offense. In a video posted to YouTube in , a male Israeli soldier was filmed dancing suggestively around a blindfolded Palestinian woman. That incident followed the discovery of photos earlier that year showing a female soldier posing in front of Palestinian prisoners.
An Instagram account where beautiful Israeli soldiers show off their sexy snaps has attracted tens of thousands of followers. All Jewish Israeli citizens are required to complete national service at the age of 18 — including girls, who must serve a minimum of two years in the armed forces. But although they have to deal with heavy weaponry and gruelling training, the girls are not afraid to show off their fun, playful side, posting sexy snaps of them sunning themselves in bikinis or posing in their underwear. Pictures of the women, mostly in their late teens and early twenties, posing in their military uniform are juxtaposed with their bikini pictures on the Instagram page dedicated to attractive female Israeli soldiers. Scroll down for video.
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