Tag Archives: Women Wage Peace

An Open Letter to POTUS Donald Trump

Leora Hadar and Hamutal Gouri Open letter to US President, Donald Trump, Welcome to our region and to Jerusalem, this holy city that holds within its walls and streets the history of people of all three religions: Judaism, Islam and … Continue reading

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Four Stories of Hope, Persistence and Leadership

Last week I spent a while inside a hole in time. In the early hours of Saturday morning I flew to Washington DC and on Wednesday I was already back in Israel, enveloped in the warmth of my family, everyday … Continue reading

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This world needs mothers

“Motherhood is not limited to the act of bearing and rearing our own children. Motherhood is a spiritual and ethical position of responsibility for the world and for future generations”. These words were spoken at an event that Women Wage … Continue reading

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Women’s Knowledge

Women’s Knowledge Perhaps I was born a woman; perhaps, as in the words of Simone de Beauvoir, I have become a woman.  In any event, being a woman is a very central part of the montage of my personal and … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being Hopeful: Women Wage Peace

The importance of being hopeful A year has passed since the terrible war of last summer, and we were beginning to hope that this summer – aside from the infernal heat – would be more peaceful. But then came the … Continue reading

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