"I canít take part in these crimes": Israeli teen refuses mandatory army serviceElectronic Intifada
Mar. 19, 2012
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Earlier this week, 18-year-old Israeli Noam Gur publicly announced her intention to refuse mandatory service in the Israeli army. Set to be drafted next month on 16 April, Gur stated in an open letter: ďI refuse to take part in the Israeli army because I refuse to join an army that has, since it was established, been engaged in dominating another nation, in plundering and terrorizing a civilian population that is under its controlĒ