Female IDF soldiers shamed for filing sexual assault complaint

The women are in Border Police Unit 636, and have been ostracized since one of them accused one of the male soldiers of sexual harassment.

Female IDF intelligence officers march in a ceremony (photo credit: IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)
Female IDF intelligence officers march in a ceremony
(photo credit: IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)
Female IDF intelligence observation soldiers claim that they have been discriminated because of their gender, Army Radio's military reporter tweeted on Sunday. 
According to the tweet, the women are in Border Police Unit 636, and have been ostracized since one of them accused one of the male soldiers of sexual harassment. 
On their secret base, according to the claims, the male soldiers have been ordered to sever any contact with the women. 
They added that they have been humiliated and yelled at. 
The IDF responded that it "takes very seriously incidents of abuse to IDF soldiers." 
The deputy commander of the unit arrived on base later on Sunday to speak to the female soldiers about their experiences. 
He also spoke with the Border Police commander of the base to "take care of the issue as quick as possible." 
The sexual assault complaint has been passed on to the Military Investigative Police.