Tal Law protest leader says PM promised enlistment for all

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 29, 2012 10:54

 
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Boaz Nol, among the leaders of the protest against the "Tal Law," said Sunday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu promised to implement a law requiring enlistment in the IDF or national service for everyone, and that he was willing to call early elections to pass such a law if it proved necessary.

Nol spoke to Army Radio following a meeting in Jerusalem between Netanyahu and the "Camp Sucker" movement, which has led the protest against the law providing the legal framework for ultra-Orthodox men to defer IDF service indefinitely.

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