Children of IDF soldiers say the darndest things

In the video, children of IDF soldiers ask their parents adorable questions about their work and home life.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 26, 2019 19:42
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The Israel Defense Forces released a video on YouTube last week titled When your parents serve in the IDF you’re bound to have a few questions.

In the video, children of IDF soldiers ask their parents adorable questions about their work and home life – such as, is the food better at home or at work? Do you miss mom?

Watch the video below, courtesy of the IDF:


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