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  • After 130 days in prison, IDF frees conscientious objector Tamar Alon

    'The price I paid is small compared to the price millions of Palestinians have been paying for 50 years,' says Alon, who was imprisoned for refusing to take part in the occupation. By Yael Marom After 130 days in military prison, the Israeli army on Wednesday released conscientious objector Tamar Alon from mandatory service. Alon served six terms in military prison for her refusal to be conscripted, which she said would have contributed to the oppression of the Palestinian people. She had expressed her willingness to instead perform civilian national service, an alternative the army rejected. [tmwinpost] “The price I…

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