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A Wall of Silence: The Limits of Public Discourse in Israel. The Case of Gaza (Feminist Perspective)

Publication Date: 
January, 2010
Source: 
Isha L'Isha

Ella from Bat-Yam: “I would like to see women express themselves in the peace talks. Since they (the men) sit and discuss economics and security, my idea is for a ‘women’s room’ in peace talks. This space would give voice to women who would sit and talk about peace, and their voices and opinions would have entree to the main discussion as well.”2

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