Conscription in Israel
Conscription exists in Israel for all Israeli citizens over the age of 18, although non-Druze Arab citizens of Israel are exempt; other exceptions are made on religious, physical or psychological grou...
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Exemption from military service in Israel
Conscription to the Israeli Defense Forces is carried out in Israel in accordance with the Israeli Security Service Law (חוק שירות ביטחון). This law also consists of a set of rules that define in whic...
Torato Omanuto
Torato Omanuto (Hebrew: תורתו אומנותו‎, lit. Torah study is his artistry) is a term describing one whose Torah study ("Torato"; as a religious commandment) is his main occupation ("Omanuto", his...
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Sherut Leumi
Sherut Leumi (Hebrew: שירות לאומי‎, lit. National Service) is an alternative voluntary national service in Israel for those that cannot or do not wish to serve in the Israel Defense Forces. The ...
Yitzhak Laor
Yitzhak Laor (Hebrew: יצחק לאור, born in Pardes Hanna, Israel, 1948) is an Israeli poet, author and journalist. He is the author of ten poetry books, three novels, three collections of short stories, ...
Omer Goldman
Omer Goldman Granot, from the Tel-Aviv suburb of Ramat HaSharon, is a member of the Shministim, a young Israeli conscientious objector who became famous for being the daughter of Naftali Granot, forme...
Tal committee
The Tal committee was an Israeli public committee appointed on 22 August 1999 which dealt with the special exemption from mandatory military service in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) given to Israeli...
New Profile
New Profile (פרופיל חדש) is a movement for transforming Israeli society into a "civilian" one ("חברה אזרחית" – a term recently coined by parts of the Israeli left wing to highlight their view o...
Toma Sik
Yeshaayahu Toma Ŝik (pronounced "shick") (Schück Tamás, Schuck Tamas) (17 August 1939 – 13 July 2004) was a Hungarian-Israeli peace activist, anarchist, libertarian socialist, vegan, world citizen, an...
Toma Sik - Wikipedia
Conscription in Israel
Conscription exists in Israel for all Israeli citizens over the age of 18, although non-Druze Arab citizens of Israel are exempt; other exceptions are made on religious, physical or psychological grou...
Conscription in Israel - Wikipedia
Profile 21
Profile 21 (Hebrew: פרופיל 21‎) is a code used by the military of Israel to classify Israelis who are deemed to have physical or psychological disabilities making them permanently unfit for mili...