A lady of Gujarati descent was part of the Israeli Defense Forces squad that bombed Gaza.

17th June,2021

A lady of Gujarati descent was part of the Israeli Defense Forces squad that bombed Gaza.



Nitsha Muliyasha, according to reports, was part of the Israel Defense Forces squad that resumed bombings in Gaza. Nitsha is originally from Rajkot's Kothadi and currently lives in Tel Aviv. After incendiary balloons were fired from the Palestinian enclave, Israeli aircraft targeted Hamas targets in Gaza on Tuesday, the first such assault since a truce ended 11 days of deadly warfare last month. Nitsha Muliyasha is from Kothadi, a hamlet in Rajkot's Manavadar taluka, according to an article in Ahmedabad Mirror. Nitsha, who now lives in Tel Aviv, is the first Gujarati female to enrol in the Israel Army, according to the article. Nitsha's father, Zeevabhai Muliyasha, commended the Israeli educational system for his daughter's success. Zeevabhai was cited as stating, "The schooling prepares students for a series of examinations to assess their ability and abilities, thereby enabling them pick a suitable degree and profession." Nitsha is trained in the use of contemporary weaponry and multidimensional tactics on the battlefield, according to the article. “When her 2.4-year military service finishes, she will be forced to sign a contract for a five-year or ten-year term during which she will be able to study engineering, medicine, or any other degree she chooses based on merit. Her schooling will be paid for entirely by the army,” her father says. “For the past two years, she has been stationed at the border with Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt. She is currently stationed in Gush Dan, where Israeli soldiers are waging counter-offensives, according to her father.