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Women Wage Peace


In their own words“To prevent the next war and lead to resolution of the conflict that is non-violent, respectable and agreeable to both sides – Israeli and Palestinian, within four years.”



  • On October 19, 2016, Woman Wage Peace concluded a two-week long march from Rosh Hanikra to Jerusalem, with a rally outside the Prime Minister’s Residence. Woman Wage Peace called this the “March of Hope,” demanding that “our leaders work with respect and courage towards a solution to the ongoing violent conflict, with the full participation of women in this process.”
  • In 2015, Woman Wage Peace launched “Operation Protective Fast,” a 51-day fast to commemorate the 2014 Gaza war, asking Prime Minister Netanyahu to “return to negotiations and reach a political solution, in order to prevent the next war.”


Women Wage Peace is a member of Alliance for Middle East Peace (ALLMEP). In contrast to ALLMEP’s stated goals of working toward “peace” and “coexistence,” its members include a number of highly biased and politicized NGOs that promote agendas based solely on the Palestinian narrative of victimization and completely omit Israeli perspectives. Members include: Holy Land Trust, Parents Circle Families Forum (PCFF), Combatants for Peace, OneVoice International, Sikkuy, and Women Wage Peace.

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