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Jan 8, 2014

Coming Soon.. Haredi Mossad agents

The first overture of the coming bill regarding Civil/National Service for yeshiva bochurim was the decision to recognize Chabad shluchim as volunteers in Israel's civil service. This would exempt qualifying shluchim from army service.

The next overture is the decision by the committee to allow yeshiva bochurim to serve in the Shabak and Mossad and their service in these institutions would be considered Civil-Defense Service.

As Kikar explains, the law proposal that is being prepared and will be brought to vote next week, will say that yeshiva students will be able to defer their army service from 18 until the age of 22. At that point they will have to go to the draft board and join the army. The army recruitment officers will decide which students to take and which not. Those that are not taken into the army will get to choose from service in National-Civil Service or Civil-Defense service options.

National-Civil Service will have them serve in government offices, Bituach leumi, the Knesset, courts, and other locations, and as Chabad shluchim under certain parameters.

Civil-Defense Service will have them serve in the police, Shabak, Mossad, MDA, fire stations and other locations.

I don't know if this will lead to Haredi spies and agents around the world protecting us, but if I was in that situation, I would jump at the opportunity.

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1 comment:

  1. James Bond in a shtreimel and payos. The mind boggles.


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