28.01.2012 04.Schwat. 5772 Bo
Former Mossad chief: MKs who vote to extend law should be held accountable; Israel Beteinu lawmakers say party against law.
Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan paid a visit to the mock military camp set up at the Arlozorov train station in Tel Aviv in protest of the Tal Law on Friday.
Dagan signed a petition to cancel the law, which affords those studying full-time in a yeshiva the option of deferring their military service until they are 22. Once they reach that age, they can perform a year of vocational training, and then decide whether to join the army for a minimum of 16 months followed by annual reserve duty, or to perform a year of civilian service. After that point, they are legally free to join the work force….