Woman of Indian descent in the Israeli army was involved in the Gaza attacks: A woman of Gujarati descent.
The military sector is important for the defense of any country. However, in countries like South Korea and Israel, strict regulations are being enforced that young people must serve in the army. In Israel, however, a compulsory military training program is being implemented for young people over the age of 18. In this context, a young woman of Indian descent has joined the Israeli Army and is serving her country.
Over the past few days, war has been raging between Israel and the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. Slowly the situation improved in the wake of all the orders of concern as to whether World War III was heading in the right direction. Once again, Israel broke into Gaza while everyone was out of hope.
The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) rained bombs on Gaza. The IDF team includes a 20-year-old woman of Gujarati descent.
The jawan’s name was Nitasha Muliyasa. Nitasha’s ancestors were from Kothari, a small village near Rajkot. Her family moved to Israel a few years ago. The Nitasha family settled in Tel Aviv. But everyone over the age of 18 in that country should be part of a program called compulsory military training. Nitasha’s father Jeeva Bhai Muliyasa said that Nitasha joined the IDF two years ago. He said his daughter had worked on the borders of Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan, and was currently working in the Gushdan area, which is currently under attack in Gaza. However, there are 45 Gujarati families in Israel. Most people are in the diamond business.
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