Thursday, August 22, 2019

Peleg Has it's own Civil War ... Will Allow A Draft Dodger Rot In Jail For 55 Days Because he Belongs to Opposing faction!

The "Shmuel Auerbach Crazies" are split after a raging civil war ....
The Late Harav Shmuel Auerbach, ordered his bochrim to not even register for the draft ....
There is a law in Israel that if you are in Yeshivah learning you can get a "Ptur" an exemption from the army, but one must register....
99.9% of all Chareidim follow this law ....and register ....
So when one of the "draft dodgers" get arrested, there are massive protests in Bnei Brak and Jerusalem, tying up traffic and causing havoc on the Chareidie population primarily! 
When Harav Shmuel Auerbach, (who was most of his life a Zionist sympathizer, but changed course because he thought that this would make him the new Gadol Hador after Harav Shteinman passed) passed away,  his brothers  became his successor but they being far more moderate, abandoned the rule of not registering and disallowed protests! 
Those students who wanted to continue the Auerbach legacy of disrupting traffic and making residents of Yerushalayim and Bnei Brak miserable got their own Roshei Yeshiva ... and split ...
Now since the guy who got arrested for not registering is in the opposition ... no one gives a damn about him ....  there will be no protests on his behalf and as far as the Peleg guys are concerned he can rot in jail with the Arabs! 
No Pidyan Shevuim ... no protests .... nothing! Nada! 
Avreich Meir Blau, who is affiliated with Peleg Yerushalmi, was sentenced to 55 days in a military jail for being a draft dodger. He is scheduled for release on erev Yom Kippur unless military authorities decide to show mercy and release him for Rosh Hashanah.
Blau (23) is a father of one and a resident of Modi’in Illit.

The Yaffo military court on Tuesday sentenced Blau to 55 days imprisonment after he was arrested two months ago at a Peleg protest at Shilat Junction near Modi’in, a protest against the arrest of frum girls by the IDF. When his identification number was run in the computer, it was learned that he was wanted by military police and Israel Police turned him over to military authorities.
Since then, he has been under what is called ‘open incarceration’ and on Tuesday, he was brought before the court and sentenced to 55 days in jail. The military prosecutor requested 150 days imprisonment. The court however did rule that his days in ‘open incarceration’ would not be deducted from his 55 days. Days in regular jail however would be deducted.
As such, it appears his release date will be erev Yom Kippur if the court does not show leniency and permit him to be released before Rosh Hashanah. He declined legal representation from the Peleg because as he states, there has only been one protest on his behalf because his family is affiliated with the “opposition” within Peleg Yerushalmi.
During his ‘open incarceration’ he was permitted to be released for Shabbos, but this is not likely to continue now, as he serves a jail term.


Anonymous said...

R Aurbach didnt have chldren

Dusiznies said...

It was his brothers
I corrected it