About the Author
was born in 1979 and joined the Nachel Brigade as a conscript in 1998. He swiftly rose to the rank of officer and saw action during Operation Defensive Shield. He left the army in 2003 and later joined Breaking the Silence, a platform for former soldiers to record their testimonies about life in the military. His memoir was published in Israel in 2010.
Born in Jerusalem, Tal Haran studied English Literature at Tel Aviv University and Hebrew University. For twenty-five years she has translated works to and from Hebrew, primarily in the humanities, and in the past decade, in political philosophy and works dealing with the Israel–Palestine conflict. Her recent translations include The Girl Who Stole My Holocaust by Noam Chayut, Dark Hope by David Shulman, and forthcoming, The One-State Condition by Ariella Azoulay and Adi Ophir.
From the Hardcover edition.