‘Political leaders, Do your jobs!’

The NGO Women Wage Peace works to put a political resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at the top of the public agenda.

January 12, 2017 12:36
Women Wage Peace

Members of the NGO Women Wage Peace stand near the Knesset in the capital last month. (photo credit: SARAH LEVI)


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This past October, several thousand women marched from Rosh Hanikra, on the Lebanese border, to the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem, in the name of peace.

The group responsible for this two-week journey known as the March of Hope is the two-year-old grassroots organization Women Wage Peace. The march brought together not only Israeli-Jewish women, but also Israeli-Arab, Palestinian, Druse, Beduin, Muslim and Christian women and men to raise awareness to their cause.


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