militarism in Israeli society

(14/5/14)
In sport, culture, politics, and the media we use military language, or the even the language of the army itself. The expressions of violence and the militarism, so ingrained in the Israeli discourse, have become banal and commonplace. Perhaps the essence of the problem in thinking about these military expressions is not only that we accepted them as normal, but that they inhibit our ability to look at the world through a different (ie civilian) framework.
Language, militarism in Israeli society
(29/7/04)
The present report examines the many and varied forms in which children are being recruited by the Israeli armed forces and by Jewish militias. A parallel report has been prepared by a Palestinian human rights group – Defence for Children International in Palestine – examining the recruitment of Palestinian children.
Publications, Militarism in Education, militarism in the education system, militarism in Israeli society, Child recruitment