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Gilad Atzmon (1963-) is a former-Israeli, a jazz saxophonist whose experiences
in the Israeli army made him develop anti-Zionist opinions, and who now lives in London – where he moved in 1994, to attend postgraduate studies in Philosophy.
In 2002, he became a British citizen which, he told Jeffrey St. Clair, is "not something to be proud of in the age of Blair."
- Gilad Atzmon's website
- A Guardian profile
- Roy Bard wrote (27 September 2013) an article  about the importance of Gilad Atzmon's writings and dissident stance.
See this Wikipedia (English) article
See this SourceWatch article
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