Yoseph Haddad, an Israel-Arab Christian, appeared this week at a rally in Jerusalem decrying the advent of global anti-Semitism and charged the anti-Israel boycott movement with being a catalyst in its spread and intensification.

A resident of Nazareth, he was injured in the Second Lebanese War while serving as a soldier in the famed Golani Brigade.

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Haddad is a social activist and director of “BeYachad — Aravim Zeh la-Zeh,” (Together – Vouch For Each Other), an organization that works to connect the Arab sector to Israeli society.

He is also involved in pro-Israel activism and public relations through the organization Reservists on Duty.

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