Yuli Novak, the former director of Breaking the Silence, the IDF veterans’ organization, reflects in her new memoir, Who Do You Think You Are, on her 2012-2017 tenure at the helm of the most reviled human rights group in Israel.
This episode is part of a series co-sponsored by UCLA’s Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies, and co-hosted by its director, Prof. Dov Waxman.
1 comment on “Public Enemy No. 1”
I listened to most of this podcast, but found it very frustrating that Yuli Novack did not explain what the “crackdown” on Breaking the Silence she was referring to. She could have explained, for example, the so-called NGO-law, or that the group was infiltrated. But she offered almost no explanation of what was legally going on to explain the term “crack-down”.