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Israeli Anarchism – Being Young, Queer, and Radical in the Promised Land

Old interview from few years ago,

Yossi is a young resident of Jerusalem and a member of the International Solidarity Movement. He is part of many social movements in Israel and Palestine, including Anarchists Against the Wall and Black Laundry, a radical queer group. Yossi is currently working at the Alternative Information Center. Here he speaks about anarchism in Israel, it’s relationship to the Palestinian struggle, and radical anarchist and queer culture. Read the rest of this entry

“I can’t dictate methods of Palestinian struggle”: Israeli boycott activist interviewed

Ronnie Barkan (right) is a leading organizer of the boycott movement within Israel.

(Anne Paq / ActiveStills)

Ronnie Barkan is a 35-year-old Israeli activist who fully supports the Palestinian call forboycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel. Having been involved in protests against Israel’s wall in the West Bank since 2004, he took his activism a step further by helping to found the organization Boycott from Within four years later. Read the rest of this entry