3 ’Israeli’ Army Soldiers Who Took Part in Gaza Aggression Commit Suicide


Three “Israel” War Forces soldiers who had taken part in the recent Zionist aggression against seized Gaza have committed suicide due to psychological problems.

According to a report by the “Israeli” daily Maariv on Monday, it said that the soldiers, who were members of the elite Golani Brigade, “had suffered psychological problems” in connection to their participation in the 50-day aggression.

It added that two soldiers had committed suicide near the border with the seized Gaza Strip, while a third killed himself in “central “Israel””.

Additionally, Maariv said that the “Israeli” military police are further investigating reasons behind the suicides.

Meanwhile, the “Israeli” army has not made any comment about the incident.

Eight other “Israeli” soldiers had killed themselves in 2013, according to a source in the Zionist army’s psychological health department.

“Israel” unleashed brutal attacks on seized Gaza in early July and later expanded its military aggression with a ground invasion into area. Over 2,130 Palestinians lost their lives and some 11,000 were injured, whereby Gaza Health officials say the victims included 578 children.

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