The image of the IDF has been altered in recent years, changing the image of Israel to one of its military victories and portraying the state as a protector of peace.
The image, which was made famous during the Six-Day War, was altered in the 1960s and 1970s.
The military has used it to defend itself against a number of attacks by the Palestinians.
Since the late 1980s, the image has become an important part of Israel’s image, with many Israelis calling it a symbol of the state.
But it has also come under criticism from many who say it has been used to promote Israeli nationalism.
Israel has repeatedly rejected the criticisms.
The image has been widely used by the Israeli military, which uses it as an indicator of strength and power in the West Bank.
It is a major part of the official military propaganda, which includes images of tanks and military vehicles, along with posters, books, and posters of military heroes.
The IDF also has used the image to defend its role in the war in Gaza, where it has carried out airstrikes and ground assaults on Hamas and other militant groups.
The new image has also been used by other political forces.
During the current Knesset elections, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party took the lead in the vote by showing the image prominently on its campaign posters.
But opposition parties have also been using it, as have some of the military’s supporters.
During the recent elections, the Israel Defense Forces posted a video on Facebook of a young man who, according to the caption, said he voted for Netanyahu because he felt that he could not vote for a party that did not represent Israel’s interests.
The man, who did not give his name, said, “It’s not about politics.
It’s about the military and its values.”
The images of the war have also appeared in news reports, often in the form of propaganda.
Israel’s image is often called a “golden boy,” but it is also an object of pride, particularly among the younger generation, who are seen as being more patriotic.
In 2006, the year of the Six Day War, the IDF published a video showing young men in military uniforms standing alongside young soldiers, who were celebrating the success of the battle.
The young soldiers were smiling and laughing, and the video was shown as a message to all Israelis that Israel was on its way to victory.
A similar image was also used to advertise the construction of new military schools, with a video of a soldier wearing a helmet holding a flag and standing with other soldiers.
In 2013, the military also posted a photo of soldiers with a young girl, wearing a red hijab, holding a handkerchief.
In some cases, the images have been used as symbols of the Israeli public’s support for the army.
In a recent TV commercial for a new school, a soldier holding a baby in his arms stands next to the slogan “We’re going to fight for you,” with the caption “We will always be with you.”