At the culmination of the two-week, cross-country march, Israeli and Palestinian women vow to continue their struggle until an agreement is reached.
Middle East peace
'They told me there was nobody to make peace with. Today, we proved that wrong,' Israeli singer Yael Deckelbaum says of the two-week 'Women Wage Peace' event.
Instead of talking borders, security and practical solutions, the two leaders have deliberately moved explosive issues from 3,000 years ago to center stage, threatening any possible compromise
As the prayer puts it, if we can make room in our hearts and be liberated from prejudices, logic will guide us to choose what is best for ourselves – and everyone.
Most Israelis think Israel doesn’t need 'peace'; it has high-tech, it has an army, a state; at the airport there are long lines, the cafes and restaurants are full. True, from time to time sons are sacrificed, but the numbers are negligible.
Jerusalem is concerned that a Clinton presidency 'will be a Saban Forum for four years,' a senior official, probably Ambassador Ron Dermer, told her campaign staff, emails released by WikiLeaks reveal.
The quest for peace should find its bearings in 2017 with leaders, voices and a language part of the present and future, not just the past.
Women Wage Peace organization sets out on march from Lebanese border in event to be joined by women from around the world.
If elected to office, Hillary Clinton would have the power, if she chooses, to bring the Oslo peace process back on track.
Unlike so many others, Shimon Peres did not become intoxicated by military power and by the illusory dream of state sovereignty throughout the ancient homeland of Israel.