137 youths' drafts delayed for anti-pullout acts

Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Dan Halutz revealed to reporters on Wednesday that the army had postponed recruiting 137 youths who were under investigation for their anti-disengagement activities. Their recruitments will be delayed until the end of legal procedures against them. Halutz declared that anyone convicted of a violent crime would be barred from military service.
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