UK teens volunteer for the IDF

British teenagers are working on army bases across Israel after being asked to help by the IDF.

The army approached the FZY youth movement, along with its American sister group Young Judea, to ask if participants on its year programme could volunteer. Teens from the religious Zionist movement, B’nei Akiva, also volunteered. Some IDF bases had been understaffed as soldiers were deployed to Gaza. The teenagers began working on eight bases across Israel on Sunday, packing kits for soldiers in Gaza, checking equipment for faults and monitoring stocks.

Gemma Geffin from London, 19, said: “We are spending our days packing the kits for the soldiers who are going into Gaza. Before we came I didn’t realise how much our presence here is directly helping the country.”

Sofia Lever, 19, from London, described it as “amazing”.

What happens when Muslims volunteer? Oh wait, nevermind.


3 Replies to “UK teens volunteer for the IDF”

  1. Muslims still volunteer…their was this dude on BBC in Lebanon and said he was from Australia and came to fight Israel. No one can stop them especially when there are too many…

  2. i LOVE HAMAS!!!!!!! and these UK teens are so corny they are acting as if
    millions of soilders have die or something Haram
    they get me so MAD >:O why cant they help the children of Gaza
    cold blooded ppl
    i will do anything to Gaza and Help Out any thing!!!!!!!

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