Israel's "Hitler Youth" program for training Zionist terrorists, aka GADNA
Gadna, the Israeli military program for their youth, was created before the Israeli declaration of independence. Trainees originally served as combatants for all intents and purposes, actively participating in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, particularly on the Jerusalem front.
Some Israeli Jews--at least three!--think the Gadna puts too much emphasis on a Rambo approach to solving problems.
Which of these saying are from the Israeli Hitler Youth Program and which one from the Nazi Hitler Youth?
...aim was to instill the motivation that would enable.... members, as soldiers, to fight faithfully for the.... and put more emphasis on physical and military training than on academic study.
"It is the obligation of the individual to contribute to the best of his ability during his army service to ensuring the existence and security of the state and its security, which is the primary duty of a citizen."
Call me old-fashioned, but I always thought it was the primary duty of the state to ensure the existence of its citizens, not vice-versa.