According to reports by Israel Hayom, the government is expected to turn to the high court to ask for another extension to enact the Draft Law, citing the upcoming elections and inability of the government to pass major legislation during the lame duck session.
The Justice Ministry will explain to the courts that since it is election season, it will be difficult for the current government to put an agreeable outline to the Draft Law together at this time.
Since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, the IDF has set aside special exemptions and deferments for various religious groups. Muslim and Christian Arabs, Druze women (Druze males draft) and Orthodox Jewish women all receive blanket draft exemptions, while full-time yeshiva students are granted open-ended draft deferments, which may be renewed each year.
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