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won't be needed," said a
younger soldier. "But for
now, it's our job to keep
things quiet."
One of the more outspoken
of the soldiers, a man in his
late 20s, described the
psychological juggling re-
quired to adjust from reserve
duty in the territories to life
back home.
"We're just one hour from
Tel Aviv, where they are
dancing until all hours of the
morning," he said. "And
here, we are facing stones
and riots.
"If you're a thinking per-
son, it's not so comfortable to
live in a situation like this.
It's a psychological process
of reacclimation that we
always have to go through."
Another reservist men-
tioned the difficulties his
month-long tour of duty im-
poses on his family and his
business. But he was heckl-
ed by others who reminded
him that reserve duty is part
of the responsibility of being
an Israeli citizen.
Regardless of their polit-
ical perspectives, the dozen
soldiers interviewed were all
scornful of those few Israelis
who have refused to serve in
the territories.
"Those who refuse are
chicken," said one reservist.
"It's just a political act."
Another one of the more
outspoken soldiers, also in
his 20s, summed up the
views of many when he said,
"We may discuss politics
here, but it doesn't help. I'm
just a plain soldier. We can't
make the political decisions
here. That's done in
Jerusalem."
The reluctance to mix in
politics extends to those in-
volved in the civil ad-
ministration, the Israeli au-
thority responsible for
municipal and social ser-
vices in the territories.
"We don't want to create
the illusion that we have
solved the problem," he said.
"The intifada is not over." ❑

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