israeli poet and political activist. Communist and anti-zionist. Support in World Socialist Revolution of Worker Class.
Was born in former USSR (Kiev district, Ukraine). In Israel since 1988. In begining I was right, and since 1993-94, under influnce of Oslo process, I begined to move in left direction. Today, I revolutionery and anti-zionist activist, that support in solution of one socialist and equelity country on all territory of Palestine.
Fighting against "orange revolutions" in Eastern Europe, and against tryings of reabilitation of ukranians, estonians and other, that in years of II World War collaborated with nazist Germany
Why I want peace:
I want peace, becaus with out peace not possible to contineu a life in our world. But I not want peace from sort of Oslo process; I not interesting in peace under protection of United Europe or UN. I support in peace under protection and leadership of Worker Class. I support in peace between workers, and not between capitalists
Interests and activities:
Member in Israeli Communist Forum, Israeli section of The Avangard of Red Youth, and other political frames
Something you didn't know about me:
In frames of my activity in opposite to orangism and reabilitation of nazism in Eastern Europe - I ready to cooperate with every one that opposite to orangism, even with rights
I want to create new contacts and to discuse on different political and social subjects. I interesting in possiblity to make a mepeace site, to strategic place, for contacts and cooperation between all progressive peoples around the world
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Thank you for your friend invite Shmuel, I deeply appreciate it. It is a pleasure!
Your profile is very interesting and I like it extremely well. I myself am a Berliner (Germany), but I live very long time in the French part of Switzerland. The red color is very familiar to me and internalized, and I am delighted that you found me.
Oh, I don't think Yiddish will come back as a language of the left. The people who speak it as their first language now are almost all Haredim!
I only meant to ask if you feel personally connected to the history of the Yiddishj-speaking left in your home country, your political bubbes and zeydes (סבתות וסבים), or if you know anything about it.
I got my start in Israel-Palestine peacemaking when I joined a Jewish "New Left" organization in Chicago that traced its cultural and ideological roots back to the Yiddish-speaking immigrant left. (There were both zionists and antizionists among us. Personally, I am neither.)
So I am interested to know, do you, as a revolutionary socialist Jew from the former Soviet Union, feel any connection with that Yiddish left history? Are you familiar with it? I also wonder, what kind of work do you do? Hope you don't mind my asking.
My last name is Dajani. My family is from Beit Dajan, now called Bet Dagan. The village is mentioned in the Book of Joshua as "Beth Dagon". Our family lived there for no less than five hundred years and probably much longer. We have grown oranges there for centuries.