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Sephardic Chief Rabbi: 'If they force us to go to the army - we will all go abroad'

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Amid the ongoing controversy surrounding the conscription law, Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef, in his weekly Shabbat sermon, noted, "If they force us to go to the army - we will all go abroad".

'We will all go abroad' © Mena Today 

Amid the ongoing controversy surrounding the conscription law, Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef, in his weekly Shabbat sermon, noted, "If they force us to go to the army - we will all go abroad. We will buy tickets. All these secularists who don't understand this, they need to understand that without the Torah, without the Yeshiva - there would be no existence, there would be no success for the army. The soldiers are successful because of the Torah."

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