This is actually huge if it stands. My first trip to Israel I heard a lot of grievances from regular citizens about people avoiding army by pretending to go get serious about Orthodox Judaism. Those same fanatics drive politics that get service members killed, maybe they'll learn to think twice.
This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg-israel-orthodox-draft-20170913-story.html
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> In one far-reaching decision, the court overturned the law granting ultra-Orthodox Jewish men an exemption from compulsory military service while they are studying at a yeshiva, or religious seminary.
> In an unrelated decision, the court dealt the state rabbinate, Israel's guiding religious authority, a significant blow by ruling that it does not have a monopoly on granting kosher certification to restaurants and other public establishments.
> Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, who leads the ultra-Orthodox Shas party, said he had the prime minister's agreement to present parliament with a law that would bypass the Supreme Court twin decisions.
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