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Red Rag column: Zvi Razi, RIP
By: Gideon Spiro
18 October 2016
The death of Professor Zvi Razi
I am in mourning for the historian Prof. Zvi Razi, a trailblazer in the field of scientific research, human-rights activist, democrat, humanist and socialist. He participated in the first demonstration at the nuclear reactor at Dimona, which took place on 30 November 1991, to demand the closure of the reactor and the release of the prisoner of conscience Mordechai Vanunu. In this column I extend my condolences to his family.
Translated from Hebrew for Occupation Magazine by George Malent
Demonstration at Dimona: Left to right: Oded Pilavsky, Gideon Spiro, Zvi Razi
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