Idan's father, Yitzhak, said it was conscientiously immoral for a soldier to train troops against other Jews.
“My son has a Jewish soul,” he said. “He is not able to train soldiers (to combat) Jews. I understand him and support him completely. I am against refusing (orders)..but my son is not refusing an order - this is a conscientious problem.”
Idan had said he would be willing to train the soldiers only if they sign documents or notify their commanders that they would not use violence against Jews, and would serve jail time if forced to do so. The army rejected his proposal.
Wednesday, May 04, 2005
Israel is still full of people who are unwilling to take part in Sharon's immoral activities: