“It’s a job that[’s]… fitting for someone who looks positively towards the future, towards new love…and the best in every scenario.”
Rather than letting shame from a divorce stop her, Maya Raysoon rebuilt her life and started an NGO helping other divorced women from Israel.
“Anyone thinking that a vote for Netanyahu is a vote for racism simply isn’t listening to what’s happening here.”
Varda Gil’s work in several projects, particularly the Adis Playback Theater Group, helps bring Israeli women of different backgrounds together.
Rana Jarbon is an Israeli lawyer helping the women and workers of her small village gain equal rights.
An Ethiopian-Israeli tells her story of perseverance and courage as she makes a life for herself and her family in a new country.
Miriam Schwab has worked her way to the top, founding two companies of her own — in a headscarf and with a brood of seven at home.
I have seen women of different religions, socioeconomic levels, belief systems, and lifestyles, come together toward a common goal and make it happen.
Will any of the Palestinians outspoken advocates speak up? I’m not holding my breath. If you can’t blame Israel, what’s the point?
Nikki Haley was the international friend many Israelis have waited decades to have.