Thursday: Nonviolence, Conscientious Objection & the Israeli Occupation

Did this summer’s events in Gaza motivate you to learn more about the conflict?
Want to learn more from someone personally involved?
Curious about how to get engaged in promoting equal rights and justice for Palestinians and Israelis?
Stanford SJP Presents:
Nonviolence, Conscientious Objection & the Israeli Occupation
Thursday October 9 at 7:00pm
El Centro Lounge
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Moriel Rothman-Zecher helped found the All That’s Left Anti-Occupation Collective, and is an active member of a number of Israeli and Diaspora campaigns to end the occupation. Moriel currently lives in Tel Aviv with his wife, Kayla, and their puppy, where he works as an independent writer, poet, political activist and public speaker.

Moriel’s writings have appeared in Sojourners Magazine, Haaretz, the Daily Beast, the Jewish Daily Forward, the Huffington Post, the Berkeley Journal of Sociology, and more. He is a frequent contributor to +972 Magazine, and blogs independently at The Leftern Wall.