Women Wage Peace for a viable peace agreement.

Women Wage Peace is a broad grassroots movement, which has tens of thousands of members from the right, the center and the left of the political spectrum, Jews and Arabs, religious and secular, from the center of the country and the periphery, women from kibbutzim and from settlements, all of whom are united in a demand for a mutually binding non-violent accord, agreeable to both sides

Join us - women and men across the political spectrum,

and the change will happen this year!

Peace is not an utopia ; It is the necessary foundation for the lives of the two peoples in this place, in security and freedom.

In The Movement

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Our movement works throughout the country to raise awareness and engage the public in a discussion about the feasibility of a political resolution. It creates opportunities for dialogue with individuals and groups through formal and informal meetings within the community. The movement also organizes national events, such as demonstrations and protests, in order to pressure decision makers to work toward reaching a viable peace agreement.

    • Knesset Lobby
    • La Lobby del movimento Women Wage Peace alla Knesset – Economia per la Pace / Shazarahel, kabbaland Il movimento Women Wage Peace ha una Lobby in Parlamento. Ieri, 29 gennaio 2018, una delegazione del Movimento Women Wage Peace, del quale faccio attivamente parte, ha presentato un progetto di Economia per la Pace e la Sicurezza davanti a diversi parlamentari che sono intervenuti a turno: Isaac Herzog, Rav Yehuda Glick, Tzipi Livni, Amir Peretz, ed altri. http://kabbaland.com/MLH/la-lobby-del-movimento-women-wage-peace-alla-knesset-economia-la-pace/  
    • Marilyne Smadja Amal Rihan Huda Abu Arqub in Paris Nov 2017
    • LA MARCHE DU MONDE / Podcast Israël au pluriel, Par Valérie Nivelon   Amal Rihan et sa fille Yafa au 2 ième volet à partir de la 38 ième minute (jusqu’à la fin de l’émission) sur leur histoire personnelle, et sur WWP, dans un reportage en 2 volets de Valerie Nivelon   http://www.rfi.fr/emission/20180617-israel-pluriel-2-juifs-arabes-onu-palestiniens-conflits

    Featured Event

    Women Wage Peace in solidarity with the residents of the South

    Women Wage Peace in solidarity with the residents of the South

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    News and Updates

    Monday was a very special day at the Mothers’ Tent!
    Women from Eilat and the Arava visited.
    At the weekly meeting in the Knesset we met with Knesset member Pnina Tamano Shata from “Yesh Atid”; she said that she believes in negotiations and dialogue and not in unilateral moves; she also said that she doesn’t get into discussions about who is to blame because there’s no way out.
    The former Minister of Education, Shai Piron came to the tent and said:”I have never heard anyone say ‘I have a plan’, but I have heard many who say ‘I have a dream’; the yearning for peace is important in and of itself and it is important to bring the word Peace back into public discourse. The country is being governed by anxiety and not by a vision.”
    Towards evening Ayala Minker led an evening of stories and songs ;residents of the area bordering Gaza shared stories of their complex everyday lives and also chose songs which Ayala sang with audience participation. Several Knesset members honored us with their presence at this event: Nurit Koren, Ayelet Nahmias Verbin, Yehuda Glick, Mossi Raz, Ilan Gilon, Dov Khenin, Yael Cohen Paran and Michal Rozin. Former Knesset member Dan Meridor was also there.
    The difficult stories that were told made it clear that we must not lose hope and that we must continue to demand a political agreement in order to bring back some semblance of normalcy.
    For the sake of the residents of the area bordering Gaza and for the sake of us all – we are not stopping until there is an agreement!