'They Called Me a Traitor. I'm in Good Company': The Political Journey of Amos Oz
Oz warned of the dangers of the occupation back in 1967, called radicalized settlers neo-Nazis and boycotted Israeli embassy events abroad. But he kept repeating that he loves Israel, 'even when I can't stand it'
For more than half a century, Amos Oz tried to persuade policymakers and anyone who would listen of the wisdom of his views. “I always felt a kind of public duty, a need to be involved,” he said in an...
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