Clashes between Israeli police and Jews protesting against recruitment
Renewed clashes between Israeli police and Jews protesting against recruitment
The Jewish religious "Haredim" on Monday evening, demonstrations and protests rejecting the recruitment of the Israeli occupation army and the imposition of military service as an alternative to learning the "Torah."

Clashes between Israeli police and protesting Jews against forced conscription in the Israeli occupation army took place after protesters closed a main street in the town of Bani Barak near Tel Aviv.

The protests came after the so-called Torah Sages, headed by Adiror Gore in Israel, refused to approve the budget due to compulsory conscription in Tel Aviv
Clashes between Israeli police and Jews protesting against recruitment

"I have been asked to inform you that the decision of the Rabbis and the Council of Torah Sages not to approve the budget if we are not approved to exempt us from conscription," said Mordecai Stern, secretary-general of the Council of Torah Sages.

Netanyahu is seeking to contain the coalition crisis that erupted on the grounds of the parties "haredi" to cancel the law of recruitment, and the requirement to vote on the state budget for the year 2019 in the second and third readings, before the Knesset to the spring break, next Wednesday, which lasts beyond the Hebrew holidays, Next April.

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