At which designated area was this?Hebron… the Mitkanim base and Tel Rumeida are inside Hebron, and outside of Hebron there was another post. They would really rip the city apart. Sight unseen. Illogically… Never ask any questions. Once they really ripped at it all night. Shot like crazy. The next morning no one understood what was going on. The whole porch was full of empty cartridges. Like people finished up a month's ammo supply. The brigade commander arrived, nothing special really. All that had triggered it were two shots at the house from town. No hits even, and this whole floor is covered with cartridges. And the brigade commander sees this and doesn't ask, "What the hell were you shooting at?" These bullets went somewhere. These things are simply tolerated. Where did all those bullets go… The commanders, too, no one raised questions like, "All that shooting was for nothing? What were you doing firing a whole month's ammo supply in one single night?" And they shot just for the hell of it. Not targeting. Nothing. This is something you don't do. When you're afraid. . .People just shot and shot. I saw that in the story you tried… Because it's a game. Just a game.
Specify. A guy who hears something like this cannot understand what it does to you as a person. Is it a release?Shooting releases nerves. Simply relieves, and it feels like playing video games. Just like video games. No one was thinking about what they were doing. The meaning of it. That if he now smashes a window pane of a home just for fun, maybe there's someone inside that home.
How does it get to a point where a person can shoot at houses and feel as if he's playing a video game?You lose touch with reality. This was during Defensive Shield. You stay in the Territories for 21 days and then, at best, either you spend a few days at home, or you're in maneuvers at Beit Lyd, and then you go again for 21 days somewhere. You're totally out of touch and you're no longer thinking. You're not objective, you don't live your normal life.