(36) In 1953, the Court explicitly stated that a claimant seeking conscientious objector
status must first establish a prima facie case of entitlement to a conscientious objection exemption.
"It was a sad story, and one of the elements of this is that a lot of the conscientious objectors
weren't particularly strong.
Sir: The death of David Wells, the conscientious objector
Since the Korean War, around 20,000 conscientious objectors
have refused to serve in the armed forces stating their rights to freedom of thought, conscience or religion.
The act performed by conscientious objectors
and described in Uri Barabash's two-part mini-series, is naturally perceived as belonging to the first category, especially when the majority of society views Israel's control of the occupied territories as beneficial.
There were 16,000 registered conscientious objectors
, compared to eight million men in the armed forces.
Needless to say, conscientious objectors
were not popular with the general public, so many of their camps were located in fairly remote areas.
Notwithstanding the discussion of the multitude of conscientious objector
definitions above, when fleshing out the argument that homeschooling is an act of conscientious objection to conventional public education, the definition of conscientious objectors
as purely connected to military conscription will be used.
"Few question the patriotism of the honest conscientious objector
," he said.
A Conscientious Objector
is shown leaning against a wall.
It differs from others in this genre by telling the story of Lizzie, her younger brother Freddie and her dad who are on the run in wartime Britain as Lizzie's dad is a conscientious objector
Her analysis not only deepens our understanding of the conscientious objector
experience during the war, but also explores the implications of group rights in a democracy and the duties of citizenship.