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Not that you can really keep something like that a secret. Disengage from a face-to-face conversation, turn at a slight angle, and wham , the curve hits their vision and shatters the flat lines of space. Some appreciate the interruption from monotony. Others shift uncomfortably, unnerved by the sudden disappearance of order and control. Thanks to two decades of hip-hop and the literal overexposure of Jennifer Lopez, big butts have now settled comfortably into public discourse. Yet Jews have not embraced the cultural acceptance of thick chicks with round behinds--despite the fact that there are many among our ranks.
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If the IDF was upset Sunday about a provocative picture of female soldiers in their unmentionables uploaded to Facebook, now it really has a reason to get its panties in a bunch. Several more photos of the soldiers surfaced on social media Monday, showing them in their barracks wearing only their underwear and their Ms. The incident was the latest in a string of episodes involving young Israeli soldiers on social media that have drawn reprimands from the military. Female IDF soldiers in a racy photo The story has been shared widely in the Arab media, albeit often with a heavily censored version of the photograph.
Gilad Shaer called a police emergency hotline to report the kidnapping. On 25 July, BBC correspondent Jon Donnison tweeted that Israeli police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld stated that the kidnappings did not occur on the orders of, or with the knowledge of the Hamas leadership, and that the crime was the action of a "lone cell. On 5 August, Israel said that it had arrested Hussam Qawasmeh, a cousin of Marwan Qawasmeh, on 11 July, who is suspected of having organized the killing of the three teenagers. According to court documents, Qawasmeh stated that Hamas members in Gaza financed the recruitment and arming of the killers.