Solidarity without Borders: WAC MAAN’s Labor Day in Jerusalem

“The democratic vision to which we are committed in Israel in Palestine and the Arab world, is linked to the need to redefine the workers’ movement and the Left around...

“The democratic vision to which we are committed in Israel in Palestine and the Arab world, is linked to the need to redefine the workers’ movement and the Left around the world, where unfortunately today many workers vote for nationalist and racist leaders like Trump, Le Pen and Netanyahu. Many workers in Israeli society are xenophobic and nationalist. We are not prepared to trail behind those regressive trends. On the other hand we also reject dogmatic leftism. Our effort is part wherever possible of the effort to create of a new democratic left, struggling against savage capitalism, and aspiring to build an equal, pluralistic society that embraces difference.”

Flute – Orit Guri. Percussions – Kobi Hagoel – both activists of the Rosh Ha’ayin Music Center with WAC

Flautist Orit Guri from Rosh Ha’ayin music center finished the evening with a Turkish piece, accompanied by percussionist Kobi Hagoel. Jes Koren then joined them with his saxophone. The jazz sounds of the flute, saxophone and darbuka were a fitting end to this special evening in which music without borders mingled with an encounter of solidarity among humans. (to the youtube)

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