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Refusenik! : Israel's soldiers of conscience

Author: בעריכת פרץ קדרון. קדרון, פרץ. ; ; Peretz Kidron
Publisher: חרגול הוצאה לאור, ספרי עליית הגג, London ; New York : Zed Books, 2004.
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"Hundreds of Israeli soldiers, called up to take part in controversial campaigns like the 1982 invasion of Lebanon or policing duties in the Palestinian territories today, have refused orders. Many of these 'refuseniks' have faced prison sentences rather than take part in what they regard as an unjust occupation in defence of illegal Jewish settlements." "In this book, Peretz Kidron, himself a refusenik, gives us  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
ʻAd kan! English.
Refusenik!
London ; New York : Zed Books, 2004
(OCoLC)607139325
Online version:
ʻAd kan! English.
Refusenik!
London ; New York : Zed Books, 2004
(OCoLC)609919978
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: בעריכת פרץ קדרון. קדרון, פרץ. ; ; Peretz Kidron
ISBN: 9781842774502 1842774506 1842774514 9781842774519
OCLC Number: 53459390
Notes: Rev. translation of ʻAd kan!
Description: xvii, 119 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Israel's Refusenik movement / Peretz Kidron --
Balance / Yitzhak Laor --
Saying "no" loudly and clearly / Ishai Menuchin --
An artist at Ansar / Zvi Goldstein --
Discovering the Palestinians / Mike Levine --
In solidarity with the almond trees / Peretz Kidron --
I'm no martyr / Hanoch Livneh --
Whatever the price / Rami Hasson --
The problem is in Jewish society / Menahem Hefetz --
Refusal to collaborate / Dudu Palma --
I am an Arab Jew / Meir Amor --
Father and son: refuseniks / Carlos and Amit Levinhoff --
Spiral of evil / Stephen Langfur --
The limit is human life / David Ovadia --
The privilege of saying "No!" / Adi Ofir --
Silences that cry out / Doron Vilner --
Benighted fanaticism / Nitzan Levy --
A typical "NO" poem / Nathan Zach --
A policy that demeans my country / Shaul Schwartz --
The refusenik answers the writer / Mario Weinstein in correspondence with Yizhar Smilansky --
On the festival of freedom I waive my freedom, or, What shall I tell my daughter? / Dubi Hayun --
No to "Always at command" / Danny Zamir --
You don't have to do anything wicked / Daniel Padnes --
Decent people don't shoot children / Itamar Pitovsky --
I owe my children at least one refusal / Dan Sagir --
The philosophy of selective refusal / Peretz Kidron --
The story of Yuval and Imad --
Letter to the editor of Koteret Rashit / Dov Barak --
Those who enlist and those who don't / Uri Yaakovi --
Militarism and racism have reached a fascist level / Haggai Matar --
I am a prisoner, yet free / David Haham-Herson --
A violent and racist society / Itamar Shahar --
Vile injustice / David Enoch --
The red line / Michael Sfard --
Collaboration makes me a criminal / Ro'i Kozlovsky --
A cause which is not mine / Alex Lyakas --
An enormous "black flag" / Avner Kochavi --
A letter to the commander of Battalion 719 / Ehud Shem Tov --
I killed three innocent civilians / Idan Kaspari --
The shattered dream / Omry Yeshurun --
The IDF teaches that it's okay to molest an Arab / Ishai Sgi --
Black Flag / Itai Haviv --
Three exercises in refusal / Ishai Rosen-Zvi --
Is Marwan Barghouti your uncle? / Itai Ryb --
Why am I mad at the IDF? / Ron Gerlitz --
My reply to the general / Yigal Bronner --
Israel today is a prison / Matin Kaminar.
Other Titles: ʻAd kan!
Israel's soldiers of conscience
ʻAd kan!
Responsibility: compiled and edited by Peretz Kidron ; foreword by Susan Sontag.
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