Nadav Gazit
Nadav Gazit

Nadav Gazit is an activist in New York who is renouncing his Israeli citizenship. Announced in an Opinion piece on PrismReports.org, Nadav asserts: “Once you unlearn Zionist propaganda, there is no going back.” He argues that the current genocide in Gaza as well as Israel’s past violent atrocities have led him down the path of awakening.

Nadav draws parallels between the oppression of Palestinian communities and Black peoples’ suppression in the U.S. As a former resident of Israel, he criticizes Zionism In addition to renouncing his Israeli citizenship, Nadav makes a moral and ethical call for collective action to end the violence against Palestinian people.

https://prismreports.org/2023/11/30/why-i-am-renouncing-my-israeli-citizenship/

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