Antimilitarism 

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Mesarvot

63 Israeli youth in a letter to the Prime Minister

The Shministiot Letter 2017

(27.12.2017) "We will refuse to enlist and serve in the army out of a commitment to the values of peace, justice and equality, knowing another reality is possible and attainable together.”

"We call upon girls our age to ask themselves: does military service actually works for this reality?"

Ruslan Kotsaba

Criminal proceedings against Ukrainian conscientious objector and journalist might be resumed

The Ruslan Kotsaba story

(18.11.2017) Chronology of the case of Ruslan Kotsaba and analysis of the prosecution against the conscientious objector and journalist.

Mediterranean Conference on Conscientious Objection in Cyprus

Report

(10.02.2014) The first ever Mediterranean Conference on Conscientious Objection took place in Cyprus from 31 January to 3 February 2014. Over 30 activists from Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Palestine, Egypt and Turkey were able to particpate. The group was complemented with other guests from Germany, the United Kingdom and Switzerland. Rudi Friedrich reports.

15. Mai: Internationaler Tag der Kriegsdienstverweigerung

Turkey’s first conscientious objector Tayfun Gönül Passes Away

(31.07.2012) Turkey’s first conscientious objector to mandatory military service passed away at the age of 54 due to a heart attack on Monday night. A doctor by training, Tayfun Gönül had made critical contributions to the antimilitarist movement in Turkey, according to his friends. Gönül had already spent a long period in an intensive care unit following a cardiac infarct he suffered on Feb. 16 but was discharged from hospital about two months ago, Serkan Sultan, a close friend of Gönül’s, told bianet. Following his discharge, Tayfun Gönül’s condition had rapidly begun to improve, Sultan said, adding they had even briefly toured across the Aegean region, but that he finally gave in on Monday night at around 23:30 when he had a heart attack.