By Selim Algar. The latest set of racy photos published to Facebook by a group of female Israeli soldiers. Female Israeli soldiers posing in their underwear and combat gear in January A group of frisky female Israeli soldiers published three more half-naked photos of themselves while on duty, almost immediately after they were punished for posting a similar photo last week on Facebook. It is unclear if any new action has been taken against the sexy fighters.
The footage was put online just days after recruits posted cheeky snaps of themselves wearing only combat helmets with ammo bags to protect their modesty. Half-naked Israeli female soldiers gyrate around an assault rifle in racy new footage which will leave army chiefs red-faced. In the video the scantily-clad women can be seen pole-dancing around the weapon in their barracks. The footage was put online just days after recruits posted cheeky snaps online of themselves wearing only combat helmets with ammo bags to protect their modesty. By Andy Rudd. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice.
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In the latest crisis Public Relations situation attracting headlines worldwide, half-naked pictures of female Israeli soldiers are running in newspapers worldwide. The teenage young women were shown in a variety of poses — in underwear, combat equipment and helmets. It was harmless, dumb pictures these girls took and posted to their Facebook pages. Naturally media never hesitates to show pictures of women scantily clad. Back then, research showed public support for Israel rose after that campaign.
By Becky Evans and Sara Malm. A video showing half-dressed Israeli female soldiers pole dancing with a rifle has emerged, bringing further embarrassment to the army bosses. It shows three women, one which appears in nothing but her underwear and a vest, dancing around a rifle in their army barracks. The video follows a similar incident last week when a group of fresh recruits were reprimanded after posting semi-naked pictures on Facebook of themselves using their weapons to cover their modesty.