The police recently arrested
a leaflet printer who was running ads against Haredis who join the army:
Haredi pashkevil leaflets calling readers to submit caricatures against haredi enlistment to the IDF were confiscated Thursday evening from a Jerusalem printing press.
Jerusalem District Police said that the leaflets were supposed to be distributed in the upcoming days among the city's ultra-orthodox community in a bid to start a competition against enlistment. The printing press's owner was detained, and police are currently investigating whether the incident constitutes incitement. [...]
The leaflet invited children and parents concerned about the future of the orthodox world of Torah – and the threat posed by enlisters to "the haredi character" of their society – to join the competition. [...]
Wednesday, The IDF Advocate General announced the army is assembling dozens of cases of violence, incitement and assault targeting haredi soldiers due to their military service, with the purpose of filing indictments against the radical elements in the haredi sector behind them.
Violence against haredi soldiers has recently seen a marked rise, possibly due to the public dispute over the draft reform, set to conscript the previously largely exempt haredi sector.
And here's a clue why - because the extremist sects are encouraging this through pashkevils. The printer behind that junk should have his building lease revoked.
Labels: haredi corruption, Israel, military, Moonbattery