US News "My crime was me, the punishment was therefore endless": the daughter of Amos Oz denounces the violence of the writer
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Galia Oz's accusations against her father, the Israeli writer, poet and peace activist Amos Oz, tear the family clan apart. She herself is a children's author, now fifty-six years old, reports in a book, Something Disguised As Love ( Something Disguised As Love ), published on February 21 in Israel, the mistreatment of which she says have been a victim until adulthood. To the Israeli daily, Galia Oz explains her decision to put these revelations on paper.
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" The aggressor can live all his life with dignity, but when the victim begins to tell the story , we ask her why she speaks ”. With these words, Galila Oz tries to respond to the criticisms she has faced since the publication of the book. She describes, in the book, a series of physical and moral abuses, ranging from insults to the beating that Amos inflicted on her or her mother. “In my childhood, my father beat me, insulted and humiliated me, she writes . The violence was creative: he dragged me out of the house and threw me out. He called me names. It was not a passing loss of control nor a slap here or there (…) . My crime was me, so the punishment was endless. He needed to make me break up. ”
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To the reproaches made, the author responds, always in Haaretz : “People ask: “ Why now? Why does she suddenly remember? Why after his death? ” If he was alive, they would ask: “Why now, while he is still alive?” The only thing backbiters won't do is question his behavior. [...] For whatever reason, introspection and restraint are required of the injured party. "
Also interviewed on Kan Tarbut public radio, Galia Oz said her initiative was to provide with “a kind of life jacket for people” in the same situation as her. “I thought that, if I decided to express myself, I had to write a book allowing a structured reflection around this situation. What I call, in the book, “this situation” is a full and entire world, hermetic, with transparent walls. You are probably not in prison, but you are nevertheless captives of constant abuse and the trampling of your dignity and your freedom ”, she detailed.
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These accusations, Galia formulated them in front of the principal concerned. He and his wife, Nili, then allegedly turned the situation on their daughter, arguing that the problem was not with Amos' behavior but with Galia herself. According to the author, it was "a manipulation [set up by the patriarch, Editor's note] , intended to undermine a person by means of a constant doubt on his testimony, his judgment, his sense of reality, even his mental health ”.
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The widow of Amos Oz has, for her part, rejected Galia's version and regretted that her daughter made these accusations public. As for the brother and sister of the alleged victim, Daniel and Fania (a historian known to the Israeli public), without taking up their father's side, they contradict the author's version. "We've known another Amos our whole lives," the older sister tweeted. A warm and affectionate man who loved his family deeply and tenderly. He devoted himself to us body and soul. The vast majority of Galia's accusations against Amos clearly contradict the loving memory imprinted on us throughout our lifetimes. ”
Daniel Oz, a poet himself, applies, in a long message posted on Facebook, not to discredit Galia's story. "I am sure - that is, I know - that there is a kernel of truth in his words." In addition, Galia Oz called not to boycott Amos Oz's work: “ Personally, I do not boycott art. Tolstoy was a terrible family man, as was Dickens. People are complex. It is not necessary to go on a crusade. You can tell the truth without boycotting. »
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