ARABS-ISRAEL - Sept. 7 - Military Chief Loses Job.
Israeli Lieutenant-Gen. Shaul Mofaz says the military commander in the West Bank, Brigadier-General Shlomo, will leave his post as a result of a bungled bun·gle
v. bun·gled, bun·gling, bun·gles
To work or act ineptly or inefficiently.
To handle badly; botch. See Synonyms at botch.
n. raid in the West Bank in which 3 Israeli soldiers were killed by their own men. Mofaz tells a news conference he had accepted the resignation of Oren in the wake of the anti-guerrilla operation carried out by an undercover Israeli unit known as "Duvdevan". Releasing the findings of a military inquiry, Mofaz says the 3 Israeli soldiers killed in the Aug. 26 night-time raid in the village of Assira Al Shamaliyeh had been shot by "friendly fire" from Duvdevan snipers. The force, whose men often disguise themselves as Arabs while hunting Palestinian guerrillas List of famous guerrillas, ordered by region: Afghanistan
Member of an irregular military force fighting small-scale, fast-moving actions, usually in concert with an overall political-military strategy, against conventional military and police forces. in the West Bank, escaped to Palestinian-controlled territory during the assault. He surrendered to Palestinian forces and was sentenced by a Palestinian court to 12 years in prison for illegal military activity. Israel said he had played a key role in 2 suicide bombings Noun 1. suicide bombing - a terrorist bombing carried out by someone who does not hope to survive it
bombing - the use of bombs for sabotage; a tactic frequently used by terrorists
suicide bombing n → in Jerusalem in 1997.)