Amos Oz's Daughter: He Beat, Cursed and Humiliated Me

In new autobiographical book, Galia Oz describes the reasons she cut ties with her father, who died in 2018. Fania Oz-Salzberger: 'We knew a different father. A warm, friendly, attentive father'

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The daughter of the late Israeli author Amos Oz alleges that he was violent toward her and that “the harassment and abuse continued until the day he died.” Galia Oz makes the claims in her new autobiography “Something Disguised As Love,” which was published in Hebrew on Sunday.

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