The anti-Zionist Satmar Hasidic group led the protest, joining ultra-Orthodox Israelis who oppose the draft
site rencontre pour personnes seropositives Nearly 20,000 Orthodox Jews packed into a New York city stadium on Sunday to protest against an Israeli law mandating that religious Jews be conscripted into the Israel Defense Forces.
http://mariondentalgroup.com/?myur=badoo-site-rencontre-abidjan&646=bb The anti-Zionist Satmar Hasidic group led the protest at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, joining many in the Israeli Orthodox community who oppose the draft law.
mujer busca hombre philadelphia Rabbi David Niederman, who serves as a liaison for one of the groups organizing the event, said that they viewed mandatory conscription to a largely secular Israeli army as infringing on religious freedom.
http://careermastery.net.au/?pero=tastyli\ “Since 1948, when the government was founded, they understood that there is such a thing as [yeshiva] students who are studying and they are exempt of military services,” Niederman said to the Jerusalem Post. “But for the past few years [Israeli politicians] have been trying to tighten the screw, and basically forcefully recruiting and forcefully bringing them in for military service, to which they object.”