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(Maariv,p. 4/NRG Hebrew) Stop on leaves- Because of fear of kidnapping by Hezbollah,soldiers,officers and civilian IDF employees now prevented from visiting numerous countries including: Thailand,Egypt,Jordan,Indian Kashmir,and Turkey. (Yedioth,p. 8) The best defense is a strong offense -Testing of IDF officers reveals they are strong in offensive strategy,but lacking in defensive thinking. The Armored Corps records the highest scores in IDF combat doctrine,with an average 86.41%,while Combat Intelligence Collection Corps records the weakest score at 82.22%. (Israel Hayom) Controversial drilling: Israel to award licenses to search for oil in Golan Heights- The announcement of the awarding of the licenses to Effi Eitam's Genie Energy will take place a few days before the arrival of Obama to Israel and is likely to cause a harsh international reaction in light of the Golan considered occupied territory according to international law.
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