Israeli official vows to end draft exemptions

Israeli official vows to end draft exemptions

Jerusalem : Israel | Oct 31, 2012 at 8:40 AM PDT
Source: The Boston Globe
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Israel's deputy foreign minister says that if the country's new hawkish bloc forms the next government, it will do away with a contentious system of draft exemptions for ultra-Orthodox men. Danny Ayalon said Wednesday the outgoing government failed to meet a Supreme Court order to abolish the exemptions... FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
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