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Israeli and Palestinian Women in Dialogue. INTERVIEW QUESTIONS. *1. What is your organizational structure? * 2. What specific projects are you engaged in? * 3. Does your organizations include women of all economic classes and educational backgrounds?.

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Interview questions
INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

*1. What is your organizational structure?

* 2. What specific projects are you engaged in?

* 3. Does your organizations include women of all economic classes and educational backgrounds?


*4. What peace projects are you engaged in

a. with your own population?

b. across cultural and religious borders?

* 5. What are the primary obstacles to working with women from the other side?

* 6. Do you feel marginalized by your own society as a result of your solidarity work with women from the other side?


*7. Does your solidarity work put you in danger?

* 8. What has been the impact of the Israeli incursion on the women of your organization and their families?

* 9. How did your organization respond to these events?

*10. What is the difference between women's response to the first Intifada and the Al-Aqsa Intifada?


11. How do women typically network with each other?

12. What happens to these networks in times of crisis?

13. Do you see any role for women in establishing a break-through in higher-level peace negotiations?

14. How do you think violence impacts women and children on the other side?


15.What sort of peaceful vision do you hold for the future?

16. What is the best approach to gaining more visibility for women's peacemaking efforts?

17. What public relations efforts do you make on behalf of your organization?

18. What happened to Women and Peace umbrella organization?


19. Which is more important: solidarity with w women or solidarity with your culture?

20. How is your organization viewed by male leaders in your culture?



Damascus gate east jerusalem
Damascus Gate, East Jerusalem foreground

Damascus Gate, East Jerusalem


Older Palestinian foreground

women vendors selling vegetables


Beit safafa
Beit Safafa foreground

Beit Safafa, Arab village absorbed by Jerusalem


Fatma foreground



Gilo foreground


Anti settlement poster
Anti-Settlement foregroundPoster






Maya shamas
Maya Shamas foreground

Executive Director, Women’s Center for Legal Aid & Counseling




Solidarity poster
Solidarity poster foreground










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Mosque foregroundShu’fat Refugee Camp




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Bulletin Board foreground



Literacy lesson
Literacy lesson foreground




Jordan river
Jordan River foreground








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For the TV cameras foreground



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wine, biscuits, hummus, ready-made salads, baked goods, mineral water, and many other items.


The Evil Fence: to boycott products made in the Israeli settlements:

 A Ghetto for the Palestinians, A Disaster for the Israelis

There is no substitute for the Green Line

as a border of peace between Israel and Palestine.

As long as the occupation continues

without peace or borders, no wall will help.

A border of peace will do away with the need for a wall.

Bat Shalom – Gush Shalom – Coalition of Women for a Just Peace http://www.batshalom.org


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University of Tel Aviv


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Women refuse

WOMEN REFUSE to boycott products made in the Israeli settlements:

We, Israeli women - Jewish and Palestinian - oppose the occupation of the Palestinian people and refuse to take part in any of its destructive aspects.


What women refuse
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  • We refuse to live as enemies.

  • We refuse to fulfill the roles that women are expected to fulfill during wartime.

  • We refuse to pay the economic and social price of the Occupation.


Also to boycott products made in the Israeli settlements:

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  • We refuse to raise children to war, poverty and oppression.

  • We refuse to remain silent.


We believe
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  • A collective refusal of women can

    change reality. A feminine refusal means an alternative voice and a language opposed to the language of power.


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Powerpoint Presentation Prepared by together and demand peace, and demand an end to violence, then we will have a political solution.…

Janet M. Powers

Associate Professor

Interdiciplinary Studies

&

Women’s Studies

Gettysburg College

2002


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