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The Independent: My sister has just spent 110 days in Israeli prison for refusing to serve in the IDF – and I'm so proud

In the effort of organizing my internet presence, I’ll be sporadically adding here a bunch of my articles that were published elsewhere over the past couple of months. 653 more words


HR expert: Conscientious objection may not hinder lawful abortions

Many thanks to Christina Zampas, one of fifty international experts and policymakers who recently convened in Montevideo, Uruguay, to share findings on the legal status and harms of conscientious objection to lawful abortions.    1,479 more words

Human Rights

Before Evan Thomas became an iconic conscientious objector

The summer before Evan Thomas leaves the country, 1915 smells of war.

The smell sickens Thomas, a lean young man with a narrow face and alert eyes. 465 more words


Conscientious objection, abortion, Europe - Anna Heino, et. al

Heino, A., Gissler, M., Apter, D., & Fila, C. (2013). Conscientious objection and induced abortion in Europe. The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, 18… 138 more words


"Ain't no such thing as a just war," Ben Salmon, WWI resister

by Kathy Kelly, Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace

Several days a week, Laurie Hasbrook arrives at the Voices office here in Chicago. She often takes off her bicycle helmet, unpins her pant leg, settles into an office chair and then leans back to give us an update on family and neighborhood news. 424 more words


My personal story as a Catholic conscientious objector

by Tony Magliano

As I was trying to discern what God wanted me to write about, I walked into my 16-year-old son’s bedroom to discover a military calendar hanging on the wall. 172 more words


US Supreme Court to hear case on sodo-"wedding" cake

The LGBT Agenda is pitched by its ideological supporters as an expansion of civil rights, but it becomes increasingly clear that in reality it provides a tool for spiteful sodomites to harass and vilify their real or perceived opponents. 1,356 more words