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The Tal Law – Some People Prefer to Keep a Low Profile


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One Response to “The Tal Law – Some People Prefer to Keep a Low Profile”

  1. Steve says:

    As not everyone will understand this cartoon, here is an explanation of some of the terms.

    Chok Tal – is a controversial law that allowed Ultra-Orthodox Jews to serve a reduced-term IDF service after learning a few more years in Yeshiva, and then allowed them to join the workforce after their abbreviated IDF army duty.

    Low Profile – in the IDF, this refers to one’s medical/health status. Someone with a ‘low profile’ will either get a 9-5 desk job, or be released exempted from service.

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