National Student Union joins campaign for equal enlistment

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July 3, 2012 17:41

 
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The National Student Union announced Tuesday that it was joining the campaign to more equally distribute the burden of service which the activists who established "Camp Sucker" initiated.

National Student Union President Itzik Shmueli visited Camp Sucker in Tel Aviv on Tuesday calling on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu not to ignore the "silent majority," and to implement mandatory service for everyone.

Shmueli said that the student union would take part in protest rallies calling for mandatory service for everyone scheduled for Saturday evening.

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