About gays in the military: specifically Goliath-slayer King David. Last week, a Knesset debate on supposed anti-gay discrimination in the armed forces turned into a religious ruckus when Labor Party legislator Yael Dayan, citing the Bible, "outed" David. The daughter of war hero Moshe Dayan cited the king's comments about his slain brother-in-law Jonathan in II Samuel 1:26: "Thy love to me was wonderful, passing the love of women." Her interpretation infuriated members of Israeli religious parties and worried Labor, which heads the government in a tenuous coalition with the orthodox Shas party. Labor meetings immediately centered on how to erase the "stigma" on the slingshot-wielding psalmist.