Druckman to yeshiva heads: Protesting in the IDF crosses a red line

Druckman to yeshiva head

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December 7, 2009 04:14

 
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Rabbi Haim Druckman, a Religious Zionist leader, wrote a letter late last week to hesder yeshiva heads, asking them to refrain from inciting future soldiers to protest while in uniform, Israel Radio reported overnight Sunday . "Students must know that while the struggle over the Land of Israel is a just one, there exist red lines, and there is no room for protesting in the army," Druckman wrote.

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