Oh my God, what a horrible, horrible situation you're in!
Young Israelis are really forced to do military service and they go to jail if they don't want to? There's no official conscientious objector status? They don't have any legal protection against being harassed and beaten up by fellow soldiers? Whoa, some more reasons to doubt the story of Israel being the "paradigm of freedom and democracy in the region"... I mean those are absolute basics for a free society! And yeah, I agree that it's because otherwise the ones in power would soon run out of human material to fight their war(s)...
But that doesn't help with your situation of course...
Try to contact the peace movement or human rights organizations in Israel. There must be others who don't want to join the army and they must have ways to help those young people, contacts to get them out of the country and support them abroad, whatever.
I think the idea of studying somewhere abroad is a good one. As far as I know, at least in Europe, it's not that difficult to be allowed to stay in a country as long as you're a student. And once you've established yourself and have got your diploma, there might be new opportunities.
|Either way, with some money or without, I have nobody abroad who could provide me place to live in until I pay off the bills and buy an apartment.
As a foreign student, you can get scholarships and usually there are students' hostels etc. where you can live very cheap. Contact the offices for international students at a university you could imagine attending and I'm sure they'll be able to help you. If you're good with computers and programming, it should be relatively easy to get jobs as a casual worker to begin with. You might face some hard years without luxury of course, but in the end, it will be worth it.
Maybe your case would even be enough to be awarded asylum? It sounds like a combination of forced military service, threat of assault and battery in the military, religious discrimination (BTW, just curious, what religion do you identify yourself with, if any at all?) and pressure to have an involuntary body modification done. I once read of a case in Germany where a Turkish man got accepted because he was afraid to be involuntarily circumcised. Yep, here it is:http://www.courtchallenge.com/papers/addend1.html
In 1991 a German court awarded political asylum to a Turkish man based on his fear of forced circumcision. The court found:
There may be...no doubt that a circumcision which has taken place against the will of the person affected shows...a violation of his physical and psychological integrity which is of significance to asylum.
Judgement of 5 Nov. 1991, BVerwG, Bundesverwaltungsgericht Federal Administrative Court, 107 DVBI 828-830 (1992).
Someone already mentioned ARC – ask them about it: http://www.arclaw.org
Maybe you could also start a support group of young men in similar situations, create a website, an e-mail list, or something like that. The more people, the more ideas and solutions how to avoid military service. Maybe intact men in the army, even if they are few, could begin to support each other and form a "front" against the others.
If it all fails and you end up in the army and being harassed for having a foreskin, try to remember that they're most likely doing this to you because they envy you, because your intactness threatens the system of thought they've build to be able to deal with what was done to them.
The best of luck to you!