Israel/Palestine

Occupation and rights violations are the main causes of violence against women, says UN expert following visit to Palestinian territories.
After almost 2 years of bitter fighting, trust between Israelis and Palestinians has never been lower.
Israeli-Palestinian Peoples' Peace Campaign (IPPPC) declares that in both peoples there are majorities that believe in the possibility for peace based on ending the occupation, on two states for two peoples and on Jerusalem two capitals for two states.
The Democratic League for Women’s Rights in Morocco have organised a sit-in of international women at the border between Jordan and Palestine from 21 - 28 June 2002.
I am an Arab Jew. Or, more specifically, an Iraqi Israeli woman living, writing and teaching in the U.S. by Dr. Ella Habiba Shohat (originally published in April 1999).
Israel's current war in the Occupied Territories is one of conquest, not defence.
Women’s organizations and charitable societies, like all Palestinian governmental and non-governmental institutions, have suffered considerable financial losses due to closure and curfew imposed by the Israeli army.
Likening Israel's treatment of Palestinians to the oppression of blacks by the white apartheid government in South Africa, Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu yesterday chided the Bush administration for being too soft on prime minister Ariel Sharon.
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