A woman who reported a vicious attack by an ad-hoc "modesty patrol" on a Jerusalem bus last month is now lining up support for her case and may be included in a petition to the High Court of Justice over the legality of sex-segregated buses.
We, the undersigned Members of the European Parliament, recently returned from a fact finding mission to Israel and Palestine, are shocked and appalled by what we have seen and experienced in Gaza.
Gush Shalom, representing the Gaza Coalition, have issued a press release. After yesterday's "end of the Beit Hanoun operation" - we now know it was not the end.
This edition includes articles on the war on Lebanon, feminist therapy, sexual harassment at the workplace; an interview with a woman refugee from Sah’mata, a poem on a victim of honour crime and the Assiwar six-monthly report (January - June 2006).
The law sweepingly denies Arab citizens of any possibility of gaining status in Israel for their spouses who are residents of the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPTs).
This article addresses the issue of the violation of the rights of Arab Bedouin women living in the Naqab (Negev) to adequate housing and accommodation.
Emphasizing 14 areas of concern regarding Israeli violations of rights of Palestinian women.
Last week, more than 650 women peace activists from 44 countries convened in Jerusalem for the second International Women in Black Conference.
Many women could not travel to be at the meeting in Jerusalem, so this website allows you to follow discussions and participate and feel connected to those at the meeting.
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