After 5 months in jail, it’s time to talk about why I refuse to serve | +972 Magazine

Ofir Averbukh has served more than 150 days in Israeli military prison for his refusal to be conscripted into the army. In the following interview, Ofir explains why he is only going public about his refusal now, and why Israeli youth should view choosing to be conscripted, not just refusing, as a decision of significant moral weight.

Source: After 5 months in jail, it’s time to talk about why I refuse to serve | +972 Magazine