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    Chabad Girl Released from IDF Jail

    The IDF has released Rivka Hadjadj, a young woman from a Chabad family, after 2 weeks of incarceration in a military prison. Full Story

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    racial profiling?
    Guest
    racial profiling?

    this calls for a law suit but Israel doesn’t work that way… in some ways they are just like the NKVD

    Lesson to learn
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    Lesson to learn

    Happy she is home and free…but maybe this should teach everyone to stop posting everything you do on social media

    Wow
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    Wow

    Such great news

    BH
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    BH

    We WNt Moshiach Now

    To #2
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    To #2

    Come on! A little sympathy, the poor girl just spent two weeks in jail and this is what you’re thinking about?

    Dont get the IDF
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    Dont get the IDF

    From the pictures it seems pretty clear that she is a regular Lubavitcher girl, not really sure what the claim of the IDF was to be honest

    To #1
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    To #1

    let’s see you try to get a force together to defend your country, while at the same time being conscious of “racial profiling”!

    To #6
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    To #6

    Their claim wasn’t necessarily based on the way she is dressed…. though I do have to agree with you, that in that aspect you’re right

    Confused
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    Confused

    Why is this a good thing? She clearly is not as religious as she is trying to come across and clearly she’s using religious as an excuse to not serve the country she greatly benifits from. Don’t understand how as a Jew you don’t follow the laws of the land when that’s in the Torah and as well she could do sheruit leumi like every other religious girl if in fact she is so religious. Do your time like everyone else and this does not need to happen.

    Sheruit Leumi
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    Sheruit Leumi

    Sherut Leumi is forbidden by Torah just like the army. It is in the category of giving up your life rather than do. All Haredi Rabanim hold that way.

    Welcome home
    Guest
    Welcome home

    Thank you protesters who stood up for a bas yisroel. Protests help. We must all start voting both here and in Israel for those who stand up for Torah values. Women don’t belong in the army. We need to get rid of all the democrats here in America and in israel elect Torah value candidates.

    Girls in the army?
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    Girls in the army?

    Acc to Torah, Jewish girls shouldnt be inducted w men. Even non observant ones

    I agree with #9 why is this celebrated
    Guest
    I agree with #9 why is this celebrated

    She clearly is using chasidishe stuff to bluff. Tomorrow you will find her hanging with some boys at the local bar. Go do sheirut leumi – fake chasidishe!

    To #9
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    To #9

    What makes you say such a thing? She clearly comes across as a religious Jew!

    To #9
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    To #9

    The Rebbe was against women serving in the army. Period.

    To number 9 get some information before you write
    Guest
    To number 9 get some information before you write

    Thé article tells you she went off thé derech because of a Big nissayon that happened to her family now she came back!!!!

    To #6
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    To #6

    First of all, she readily admits that there was a time she was OTD. So the army’s position is that it’s very convenient that now she’s frum when just a short while ago she was OTD. Second of all, what’s wrong with her doing sheirut le’umi?

    Obstacle course
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    Obstacle course

    What an obstacle course the Israeli military has to deal with. I feel much more sympathetic to the Israeli government in this case than the religious world, I am American BT.

    Sherut leumi is the very minimum
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    Sherut leumi is the very minimum

    I don’t doubt she’s religious, but there’s no reason charedi girls shouldn’t do some type of national service. Working in a nursing home or with disabled children or some other type of chessed work IS fundamental to Torah and sherut leumi.

    Dovid
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    Dovid

    Voting for haraidi parties means no shleimas Haaretz they would sell out in a second. The only parties that one can vote for is bait yehudi or likud.

    Sherut Leumi is irrelevant
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    Sherut Leumi is irrelevant

    Whether sherut leumi is permitted or not, it’s irrelevant, because it was not an option for her; they were trying to draft her not into sherut leumi but into the army, which is forbidden LECHOL HADE’OS. It’s exactly like making her eat treif or break shabbos, or do other things that chayalot are notorious for. Even if she’d volunteered for sherut leumi it would not have helped her a tiny bit. The thing is, there are many women who were always secular, remain secular, and have no intention of ever being anything but secular, who claim to be religious in… Read more »

    Response to number 20
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    Response to number 20

    Voting for Likud means no shleimis Haaretz. Fact is Likud destroyed yamit and gush Katif. You need strong chareidi people like Eli Yishai. If we don’t stop the public chillul shabbos and gay parades there won’t be shleimis Haaretz. The Torah warns us that the land will vomit you out if you violate Torah commandments.

    Nice Touch with the mustache in the car pic!
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    Nice Touch with the mustache in the car pic!

    in all seriousness though, the Israeli military is not something to take lightly when they see you in pictures that suggest you are not behaving like the person you portray, they will not suddenly believe you that you had a change of heart they don’t need to know her personally and their job is to call a fraud a fraud In this case she had ample opportunity to settle this but chose to take a risk and leave the country with her family I don’t want to judge anyone but in Israel there are consequences for things you do even… Read more »

    Did sheirut leumi exist in the 80's & 90's?
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    Did sheirut leumi exist in the 80's & 90's?

    Just curious, because I’ve seen the Rebbe’s guidance used to promote various things that had no relevance in the 80’s and early 90’s.

    19 religious jew have no moral obligation to serve the state
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    19 religious jew have no moral obligation to serve the state

    the isralis made a state against the will of all frum people.they force them to go against ther religion and toclean up the mess thay made after being over the issur of hisgarus baumos and if the frum people say no they are smeared in the media. so chesed should be done but who says it needs to be thru sherut leumi?

    Every Jew is 'religious'
    Guest
    Every Jew is 'religious'

    Every Jew has a divine soul…you should learn Tanya some more

    Every Jew is 'religious'
    Guest
    Every Jew is 'religious'

    B”h

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