The nursing dress worn by the Israeli military during the Second World War was a throwback to the 1930’s and a reminder of the Jewish connection to their country.
It was also a fashion statement, with many wearing it in combat situations, and it was worn by members of the military who were not necessarily military members.
The dress has been widely adopted by the public, especially during the recent wave of anti-Arab sentiment.
The military has been wearing the dress as part of its uniform since 2015, and recently the military also issued a decree that it was acceptable for soldiers to wear the dress in public.
The IDF has also issued several other dress codes that have been modified over the years.
One of the more controversial ones was the one that prohibited women from wearing the nurse dress at all, and there was no mention of it in the original military dress code.
The nurse dress has also become a fashion item in Israeli fashion, with several celebrities including Gwyneth Paltrow, Christina Hendricks and Scarlett Johansson wearing it.
In Israel, the nurse outfit is worn by both male and female soldiers and was originally worn by soldiers during World War II.
This was in response to the Soviet invasion of the country, which saw thousands of Jewish and non-Jewish civilians killed.
In response to such incidents, many Jewish women in the country wore the nurse attire, which was a popular way to avoid conflict.
Many of the women who wore it also served in the military during that time period.
The nursing wear became popular among the soldiers during the Soviet occupation, which ended in 1949, and during the Israeli-Palestinian war of 1967, which broke out between Israel and the PLO, which the army called “Operation Defensive Shield.”
At the time, the nurses wore the dress to avoid detection by the enemy, and as a sign of respect to their soldiers, the dress was often carried around in the nurse’s bag.
The nurses were seen as heroes during this time, and many wore the suit in public as a symbol of their loyalty to their service.
In recent years, the nursing dress has become increasingly popular among Israelis and is seen by many as a traditional, more modern version of the dress worn during World Wars II.
A recent survey conducted by the Shalom Research Center, a nonprofit organization that studies the history of military dress, found that while there are many variations of the nurse, the majority of soldiers in Israel wear the suit.
Of the 8.3 percent of respondents who wore the nurses uniform during the survey, only 0.6 percent said they wore it during combat situations.
Another survey, conducted by Shalom, found the same 0.5 percent who did wear the nurse uniform during combat.
Another factor that makes the nursing outfit popular among soldiers is that it’s worn in uniform at all times, so it’s a uniform for everyone, even in combat.
In addition, many soldiers wear the nursing wear as a statement that they are proud of the soldiers who serve their country, and they’re also proud of their country’s military culture, which is rooted in the Jewish faith.
While the nursing suit is not worn in combat, there are occasions when the nurse is required to wear it, such as in the case of medical evacuation.
During the Second Suez War, the IDF issued a directive that required nurses in combat zones to wear nursing attire to avoid being recognized as a civilian by the Israelis.
Some nurses also wear the clothing during funerals, where the nurses have been used to convey mourning messages and to comfort the bereaved.
Some have also worn the nursing uniform in the wake of the recent Gaza war, when the IDF began using it as a military symbol in an effort to keep morale high during a period of intense fighting.
In 2017, the Israeli government banned the nurse from wearing it, citing security concerns, but the nursing service is still allowed to wear what they want to.
However, many have questioned the decision, saying it’s an example of discrimination and that they would like to see the dress replaced.
One retired IDF officer, who served in both the Second and Third Suez Wars, told The Jerusalem Times in a recent interview that he would be open to the nurse wearing the nursing attire during combat missions.
“We do not want to see it as discriminatory and I believe that it is a part of our culture and tradition,” he said.
“It’s part of the soldier’s identity and the uniform of the IDF.”
The nursing outfit, which has become a popular fashion item, is worn for a variety of reasons.
Many soldiers wear it to symbolize their loyalty and patriotism, and are seen as the most patriotic of all.
The uniform also serves as a reminder that a soldier’s job is to protect the nation.
It’s a statement of commitment and dedication, and the nurse wears it in public, not just during combat operations, as the military’s policy requires.
“There’s no need to wear a nursing dress during a conflict because it’s not a uniform,