Israeli Yeshiva Student Could Open Asylum Doors to Conscientious Objectors, Palestinians

Lawyers for unnamed 21-year-old ultra-Orthodox man who is trying to avoid service in Israeli military say victory in British court could set a precedent for both Israelis and Palestinians

Daniella Peled
Daniella Peled
London
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Daniella Peled
London

LONDON – Despite an initial setback, lawyers hope the case of an ultra-Orthodox Israeli who is seeking asylum in Britain because he believes he risks conscription to the Israel Defense Forces will set a legal precedent.

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