Caroline Glick has a different perspective on the Obama administration’s plan to put women in combat units than do most prominent women in the media. She spent five and a half years as an officer in the IDF, and she was an embedded reporter with an all-male American infantry unit during the invasion of Iraq in 2003. So what does she think about putting American women in combat units?As to the US military, as David Horowitz wrote back in 1992, the movement to assign women to frontline combat unit is not about advancing women. It is about destroying the US military. The fact that Obama didn’t even need for Hagel to enter office before taking his first swipe at the military shows just how grandiose his plans for gutting US military capabilities in his second term are.To be clear, as a woman who served as an officer in the IDF for 5 and a half years, and worked as an embedded reporter with an all male US infantry unit in Iraq, I have to say that I don’t think there is anything inherently wrong with women serving in combat. But the purpose of last week’s decision wasn’t about permitting women to fight on the battlefield. They already do. It was about social engineering and weakening the esprit d’corps of the US military. As Saul Alinsky taught his followers the goal is never what you say it is. The goal is always the revolution.Delegitimizing and weakening Israel is only one part of the “revolution.” Israel will survive Obama and Hagel and Kerry and Brennan.But that doesn’t mean we and our supporters in the US should keep silent about their hostility just because we know we can’t block their appointments. By pointing out their radicalism, we are at a minimum sending out the necessary warning about what their future plans will likely involve. And that is important, because the more they are criticized the weaker they will feel.