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In late 2017, the Supreme Court struck down the blanket exemption for full-time yeshiva students from military service and gave the government a year to pass a new law.
For the past two years, wheelchair-bound Roi Schiffman has volunteered at Palmahim Air Force Base with the help of JNF’s 'Special in Uniform' program.
“Do you expect your legal investigations to be frozen during the election,” Netanyahu was asked.
Demonstrators are protesting against the Military Police intention to arrest an ultra-Orthodox teen girl that is held in the recruitment office.
By UDI SHAHAM
Under the Refugee Convention, which Israel is a party to, persons who cannot return to their country of origin because of threat of persecution must be granted refugee status.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
"Leaving the community is hard. It's a drastic step. All your life you're in black and white."
By EYTAN HALON
Police have employed skunk water and other physical methods to disperse the crowds and have arrested at least 25 men so far.
By JEREMY SHARON
There is fear the new conscription bill could set Israel back, as haredim are able to once again postpone service, which has tended to be an indicator of integration into the economy.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The time has come to punish protesters.
By DOV LIPMAN
The ultra-Orthodox parties and followers are on the wrong side of the Supreme Court's ruling on drafting haredi yeshiva students.
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