Fierce, fighting and observant

Female combat soldiers are proving there is no conflict in serving one’s country and serving God.

March 6, 2014 11:06
Reut Cadari

Reut Cadari. (photo credit: IDF SPOKESMAN'S OFFICE)


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Reut Caduri, 21 and commander of a combat unit within the IDF’s Artillery Corps, says there was never a doubt in her mind that she would dedicate the preeminent years of her life to serving in defense of the State of Israel.

Raised in a proud Zionist household in Ma’aleh Adumim, Caduri is rather unusual, not only because she is a female combat soldier and a commander to boot, but because she is also a religiously observant Jew.


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