Monday, July 16, 2012

[INTER 2103] Is there a right to refuse?

Shministim are Israeli high school students who are imprisoned for refusing to serve in the IDF.

Do they have a right to refuse? Assuming The Universal Declaration of Human Rights as our framework for a global ethics, does their imprisonment constitute a violation of their human rights? If so, which human rights?

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