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“Minister Farrakhan’s statements about Jewish, queer, and trans people are not aligned with the Women’s March Unity Principles."
The meeting was schedule by Joint List MK Aida Touma-Sliman.
“The main message of the march is that Palestinian women consider the American president’s decisions about Jerusalem unacceptable.”
Needless to say, the economic contribution made by Arab women who work in Jerusalem is significant.
By YAMIT NAFTALI
Earlier this month, actress Alyssa Milano cited the organizers’ stance on Farrakhan as a reason she won’t speak at the next Women’s March.
Sania Ashiq rose to fame after earning a reputation for her tireless work in helping the country’s poor, women and children
By KASWAR KLASRA/THE MEDIA LINE
According to a study published last month by employment researcher Dr. Gal Zohar and not-for-profit organization itworks, six out of every 10 hi-tech employees are Jewish men under 55 years old.
By EYTAN HALON
Maybe it’s because the industry has such a masculine image. Say “brewer” and most people think of a burly dude.
By DOUG GREENER
If the law passes, it will make Israel the 10th country to institute what is called the “Nordic Model” of combatting abuse of sex workers.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Protesters got their say as'The Jerusalem Post' visited the women's rally in Tel Aviv/
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,DENNIS ZINN
"If it's possible to rehabilitate a violent offender, we'll do it, but first and foremost we must ascertain that these criminals will be punished," Netanyahu said.
"Today we have made history," campaign organizers Stav Arnon, Ruty Klein and Dror Sadot told the vocal Rabin Square crowd.
Thousands support initiative to fight violence against women.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
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