A coalition of 50 feminist and women's organizations joined forces to bring thousands of Israeli women - Jews and Arabs alike - into the streets to protest government inaction.
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Shi’ite messianism these days is confronted by Judeo-Christian messianism. The question is whether a countdown has started to another destructive war
There’s barely a Palestinian family that isn’t familiar with this practice. Israelis don’t get abducted from their homes. This is a feature of the apartheid system