Religious soldiers file complaint claiming denial of rights

February 6, 2012 12:23


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The Association for Religious Soldiers has submitted a complaint to the state comptroller protesting the treatment of religious soldiers at the IDF’s Officer’s Training Base.

In a letter sent to the office of State Comptroller Micha Lindenstraus on Sunday morning, the association listed a series of events that have occurred at the base in recent months which they say illustrates a pattern in which the religious rights of Jewish soldiers have been frequently infringed. 

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