If anyone wants to know what a decent, Israeli citizen (who actually does care about human rights and the safety of his country) looks like, you have no farther to go than... ...Yaniv Mazor. Mazor, is an IDF soldier, who "...is currently in military prison for refusing to serve in part of an "occupation army."" He has begun a hunger strike, to protest the Isreali governments' use of "adminstrative detention", as a way of suppressing dissent and peaceful protests, in the OPT. An Israel Defense Forces reserves soldier, who has refused to partake in army duty to protest Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories, has gone on hunger strike in military prison, in what he said was a show of solidarity with Palestinian administrative detainees. It is Israeli's like him, who have a right to exist and deserve our support and respect. Because he's doing what he can, to protect his country from terrorism. Which is, refusing to be complicit (or participate in), in his own country's brand of terror. I should remind people, our country's "Military Code", allows a soldier to the option of not following orders that are immoral and unethical. And Mr. Mazor, is doing just that.