rosh katan
 n.— «During the Intifada, Israeli conscripts often displayed a so-called rosh katan (“small head”) syndrome, a pejorative term referring to a “know-nothing” or “low-profile” attitude.» —“Is a Military Coup Possible in Israel? Israel and French-Algeria in Comparative Historical-Sociological Perspective” by Uri Ben-Eliezer Theory and Society June, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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