Marlene Gallner is currently completing her graduate degree in Austrian Studies at the University of Vienna. Her research interests include varied faces of antisemitism including anti-Zionism, social philosophy and Critical theory. She has worked at the Moshe Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry at Tel Aviv University, and has organised a number of conferences and seminars on antisemitism and the aftermath of National Socialism at the University of Vienna and in summer camps in Germany, Austria and Israel.
Our Voice of the Week is Likud LGBT Caucus Charman Evan Cohen. On i24 News, he analyses whether right wing parties in Israel will heed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call, and unite ahead of April’s elections in order to avoid some of those parties dropping below the electoral threshold, ensuring the victory of the center-left bloc.