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    • Mordechai
    • 15.07.12 | 11:32 (IDT)

    Boogi;s bill is just TaL2, Plesner realized that the draft is for everyone, no exceptions and must be at 18. Bibi and Boogi do not know the extent of the public feeling and if they carry through this law they will lose the next election. Silman did not set himself on fire for nothing, why he did it is only an extension of the social mis-justice the poor and underprivilaged endure whilst the Haridim contribute nothing to the country whilst costing the country a fortune for nothing.. Let the Haridim leave the country, all their housing could used for the public housing waiting list and the vast amount of money the state will save can go to support people like Silman. He did not set himself on fire for nothing, we will make sure that those who only serve minority interests, like UT or Shas who use their power pure for the benefit of their own communities will never again be in power.

    from the article: Netanyahu supporting Ya’alon’s Haredi draft bill as pressure grows on Kadima's Plesner
    First published 02:35 15.07.12 | Last updated 02:35 15.07.12
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