Yitzhak Laor, one of Israel’s most prominent dissidents and poets, has written about the events in Tehran for the daily newspaper Haaretz. Entitled ‘Crocodile Tears’, the article suggests that in the aftermath of the disputed Iranian election on 12 June, “we would do well to pay attention to the Hebrew voice, which is mourning the death of freedom with crocodile tears.” Read the full piece here.
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