The ingrates living in Israel, have no hakoras hotoiv to the host country. They spread outright lies about the IDF comparing the IDF induction center to Auschwitz! It is obvious that the author of this pamphlet knows nothing about Auschwitz and I'll bet his grandfather was sipping a margarita, while my grandparents were being made into lampshades!
I know many children with Payos and tzizis that served with distinction ion the IDF and came out as very erlicah yiddin!
A pamphlet distributed in recent days by extremists takes the opposition to chareidim entering the IDF to a new level. It instructs talmidim to refrain from reporting to IDF induction centers. It is being distributed freely and emailed, encouraging recipients to print and pass around.
The pamphlet contains many caricatures, all portraying the military in a most negative light, as the enemy, stating the IDF wants nothing good for chareidim. As such, prospective inductees are urged not to cooperate in any way whatsoever with authorities.
It reads “in the next hour, explore every smile and every sentence to give yourself a fatal diagnosis which can be compared to the screening at the gates of Auschwitz, which examined the condition of each boy and the slightest change could determine his fate to be sent to death”.
The pamphlet is not signed by any organization and unlike other publications in the past that were against the IDF and the State of Israel, it cannot be attributed to the anti-Zionist faction for this is clearly intended for bnei yeshivos and not as an internal Neturei Karta publication but possibly more aligned with the Yerushalmi faction of the litvish community headed by HaGaon HaRav Shmuel Auerbach Shlita. Rav Auerbach has encouraged his followers not to cooperate with authorities in any way unlike Gedolim Shlita from Bnei Brak, who instruct talmidim to report for an initial registration and giving over personal information.
The pamphlet instructs talmidim not to become “snitches mercenaries” by joining and that it is easier to spend three years in prison than in the military for the former has a family to return to as opposed to the latter, which will not.
It speaks about how the military destroys the neshama of fathers and sons alike, all for making the error of agreeing to serve. The IDF is described as a “dark, cruel and cold place that leads soldiers to depression and total despair…”
Needless to say the pamphlet has already found its way to the mainstream media in Israel, depicting the chareidi tzibur in a most unfavorable light in the eyes of others as the IDF screening process is compared to Auschwitz.