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Israel: Solidarity with Israelian conscientious objectors

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Action October 31, 2020. www.yairgil.com

Conscientious objectors: An unconvenient truth for Israel

(14.09.2021) Considering Israel’s never-ending involvement in war and conflict, it is not surprising that the phenomenon of conscientious objection has taken root there, and that the number of adherents has grown as the country has become more involved in “wars of choice” and oppressive occupation, rather than wars of self-defense.

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Shahar Perets, Photo: Oren Ziv, Magazine +972

Shahar Perets, Israel: „I don’t want to wear a uniform that symbolizes violence and pain“

(01.09.2021) Shahar Perets, who was sentenced to prison for refusing to join the Israeli army, talks about meeting Palestinians for the first time, her visits to the West Bank, and how Israeli society represses the occupation.

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Protest action in Sheikh Jarrah, Photo: Timo Vogt

Israel: The storm which Netanyahu enleashed

(12.05.2021) “The government is playing with fire all of us get burned! In a desperate attempt to cling to  power, Netanyahu is dragging us into war, killing and suffering and pain for both peoples. Stop the escalation! Cease the fire! Stop the expulsion of families from Sheikh Jarrah, stop the police rampage in East Jerusalem. There can be no peace and no quiet as long as the West Bank lives under occupation and Gaza suffers a suffocating siege. The solution: an end to the occupation, an end to the siege of Gaza, and the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel, with East Jerusalem as its capital. We all deserve to live in freedom and security. The time to act is now!”

Hillel Rabin. Foto: Oren Ziv, www.972mag.com

Israel: Conscientious objector Hallel Rabin about her time in prison

(27.11.2020) Hillel Rabin spent 56 days in military prison for refusing to serve in the IDF. Now she opens up about her time behind bars, conversations with her fellow inmates, and talking to young Israelis about the occupation.

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