Imad Fares

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Imad Fares (born 1961) is an Israeli Druze, a former Brig. General in the Israeli Defense Force. He won acclaim as the commander of the Givati Brigade (infantry) from 2001–2003.

Fares was the commander of 91st Division, which is a regional division in the IDF Northern Command, responsible for the front with Lebanon, from Rosh HaNikra to Mount Hermon. On August 10, 2009, he resigned his commission and announced his retirement from service, after it was discovered he lied about the circumstances surrounding a car accident involving his wife driving his military issued car. [1]

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  1. ^ Senior officer who lied to army to retire