Born near Nazareth, author of several reports in Israel where he regularly travels. He has published the photographic trilogy Without/Sans (2013), Sounds Hell (2015) and Leave (2016) with Peperoni Books (Berlin). He is also an art critic for several journals published in France. He lives and works in Paris.
Israel. Ever More to the Right, a Race to the Abyss
Ezra Nahmad, Sylvain Cypel
· 6 January
Who is going to stop the repressive government of the extreme nationalist, colonial and religious right set up by Benyamin Netanyahu? Its coalition agreement suggests a worst-case scenario. Sylvain Cypel and Ezra Nahmad outline what the latter calls “Israel’s descent into the abyss”.
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