Women Wage Peace to demonstrate opposite President Rivlin’s residence

May 21, 2017 20:29
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Hundreds of members of Women Wage Peace will stream into Jerusalem from all over the country on Monday to demonstrate opposite the official residence of President Reuven Rivlin, in the hope of attracting the attention of US President Donald Trump when he arrives there.

The women -- who are mothers of soldiers, bereaved mothers whose sons and daughters fell in the line of duty or were victims of terrorism, settlers from across the Green Line and residents of the Gaza Strip -- have one goal in common which is peace. Recently they posed for a hillside photograph to spell out their message in human formation – Ready for Peace. They want Trump to know that despite religious and political differences, they are united in the desire for peace.

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