Some Haredi anti-military moonbats rioted earlier in the week
for the sake of a draft dodger who turned to be not so Haredi himself
Activists from the haredi "Jerusalem Faction" clashed last week with police during a protest against the arrest of a "yeshiva student" earlier that week.
Just a day later however, it became clear that the suspected was not in fact a yeshiva student at all.
He was arrested after taking part in a brawl between several other youths and a local taxi driver. When police officers arrived, they found that the youth in question was enlisted as a "full-time yeshiva student" and had been ignoring his army summons, and handed him over to army authorities.
The club or bar they attended, incidentally, was called "Crazy Elephant". Sort of like the rioters themselves.
Back at the station, the officer processing the case discovered that one of the youths involved was evading his military service, and he was promptly arrested.
But under questioning, the suspect insisted he was a full-time yeshiva student eligible for an automatic military exemption.
At the "Crazy Elephant" yeshiva, perhaps?
Which would make a perfect place for the Haredi hoodlums to belong, wouldn't it? I'm sure they're not even sorry for all the trouble they caused, despite how the draft dodging suspect turned out to be less than their idea of what a Haredi yeshiva student should be. They were just looking for an excuse to act crazy.
Labels: haredi corruption, Israel, military, Moonbattery