5 Must-read David Grossman Haaretz Articles Following His Israel Prize Award

Following Israeli author's prestigious Israel Prize, check out some of David Grossman's best pieces written especially for Haaretz

Grossman speaks during an event in Mexico, December 1, 2013.
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Writer David Grossman was announced on Monday as the recipient of the Israel Prize. Like every great author concerned with modern life in Israel, he has published many important articles in Haaretz.

Here are five of Grossman's must-read stories in Haaretz:

"The case for Israeli conscientious objectors" July 19, 2016

"The army that for nearly 50 years has cultivated injustice, oppression and the killing of civilians should allow people incapable of joining it a way to express their conscience."

"Will the Israeli right finally come to its senses?" August 4, 2015

"The terrifying burning of a Palestinian baby in the West Bank village of Duma is a symptom of a much deeper illness: It signals to us Israelis how very serious our situation is, and indicates – in letters writ in fire – that the path to a better future is closing before us."

"On hope and despair in the Middle East" July 8, 2014

"Below the turbid waters weve been treading for the past 47 years runs a deep and cold current, a current of dread over a huge mistake, a monumental wrong turn and loss of way."

"The highway, the village and the road not taken" June 26, 2013

"A major new highway that is meant to link Jewish settlements on the outskirts of Jerusalem is bisecting the Palestinian village of Beit Safafa, cutting families from each other and making their lives a nightmare. On a larger scale, it blocks the possibility of a viable Palestinian state."

"An open letter to Netanyahu: It's time to speak to Abbas" November 6, 2012

"When the Palestinian president said he would not return to Safed, he sounded a new note – one that requires a different level of attentiveness."