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IDF Chief-of-Staff Moshe Levy in Sidon, Lebanon, 1984. The sweater he wears, known as the ‘woolly-pully’ is actually of Pakistani manufacture, and part of a large number that were taken from the PLO and pressed into use by the Israelis for the cold Lebanese winters.

IDF Chief-of-Staff Moshe Levy in Sidon, Lebanon, 1984. The sweater he wears, known as the ‘woolly-pully’ is actually of Pakistani manufacture, and part of a large number that were taken from the PLO and pressed into use by the Israelis for the cold Lebanese winters.



IDF Chief-of-Staff Moshe Levy in Sidon, Lebanon, 1984. The sweater he wears, known as the ‘woolly-pully’ is actually of Pakistani manufacture, and part of a large number that were taken from the PLO and pressed into use by the Israelis for the cold Lebanese winters.


   
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