In the video: Veterans of the 13th Fleet protest in front of Yoav Galant's house, against the legal revolution (use according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)
Defense Minister Yoav Galant and Chief of Staff Harzi Halevi discussed the expansion of the reservists' protest against the legal revolution - this is what Walla learned! The protest escalated at the end of the week, with the joining of hundreds of reservists from the special operations system of the Amman and 250 cyber warriors in reserve, many dozens of pilots Active reserves, about half of the operators of the unmanned aircraft and dozens of controllers from the Air Force.
At this stage, army officials claim, "There is no harm to the operational activity, but the trend is negative and it may infect additional formations in the IDF in the reserves as well as those serving regularly.
Therefore, you have to keep talking and constantly check what is happening at the field levels.
This is a very dangerous situation."
On the other hand, a senior military official said that "the reservists are playing with fire.
This is very dangerous.
This is a violation of the army's activities and certainly there is one.
As soon as a unit commander considers who to invite according to the demonstrations and not according to the operational need, there is harm, and it will go on and on and on and on and on and on."
A protest flotilla of reservists from the Navy against the legal revolution on the shores of the Haifa port, this month (Photo: Reuters)
Sources in the defense establishment said that unlike the IDF, the Defense Minister is also a political actor and soon he will be required to decide how he conducts himself on the issue because he is also part of the legislative process and on the other hand he has to deal with the refusals.
There is no intention to share what was said there.
According to the IDF, there is no damage to the operational activity at the moment. Emphasis on the moment, therefore it is necessary to monitor. There are no decisions on how to deal with reservists who refuse to enlist."
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