IDF female soldiers dancing : A new duo of alleged Israeli female IDF soldiers have emerged on the Internet and are causing a stir after hitting at least 500,000 views in less than a week on YouTube.
A new duo of alleged Israeli female IDF soldiers have emerged on the Internet and are causing a stir after hitting at least 500,000 views in less than a week on YouTube.
Video Israeli female IDF soldiers dancing to Avril Lavigne “Girlfriend”
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The two soldiers are seen dancing to Avril Lavigne hit song “Girlfriend” and both sure due look like they are having a nice time.
In one of the scenes one of the soldiers are seen bending over while the other slaps the bottom of the soldier and many other fun looking antics.
The latest videos of the two women dancing is the latest of a series of IDF soldiers dancing with the last being of six soldiers dancing on duty and full body armor and weapons while on patrol in the West Bank city of Hebron.
The six dancing soldiers were first televised on Jewish TV but was then uploaded on YouTube when it went viral.
The Israeli military have condemned the acts of the dancing soldiers especially when they are on duty and wearing military full combat gear.
The latest video of the two dancing soldiers were seen with the pair wearing full combat gear and their machine guns.
The videos have had mix reactions from around the world with some finding the soldiers being able to be light headed during such stressful times as a sign of being human.
However there have been wide skeptics regarding the videos with some even saying the videos are a propaganda stunt to change the view of the general public both domestic and international as the IDF have receive great condemnation after the aid Flotilla raid on the six ships led by the Mavi Marmara which led to the death of nine activists.
But, seeing such videos are not un-normal as Israel have a mandatory military service system where men have to serve their country for three years and women for 21 months, unless they have special circumstances to be exempted.
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