Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan made an appearance at a tent camp set up in Tel Aviv to protest the Tal Law.
Maintaining a high profile since his departure as head of the Mossad one year ago, Dagan also signed a petition to cancel the law, which allows full-time yeshiva students to defer their military service until age 22.
He spoke with protesters and reportedly said that he supports their “important struggle.” He also emphasized the importance of holding accountable those Knesset members that vote for extension of the bill. “We must mark every MK that supports the law and inform the public which MKs work for the public interest and which do not.”Jewish Press Staff
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