Female diplomats serving in Israel pledge support for Women Wage Peace

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By allmepadmin / March 11 2017

Over a dozen female ambassadors and diplomats in Israel pledge their support to ALLMEP member Women Wage Peace

“More than a dozen female ambassadors and chargés d’affaires heading foreign diplomatic missions in Israel, on Wednesday pledged their support to Women Wage Peace, a grassroots apolitical movement of Israeli and Palestinian women who are working together toward peace, reconciliation and coexistence.

The diplomats announced their support at the residence in Tel Aviv of Canadian Ambassador Deborah Lyons who hosted an International Women’s Day reception for scores of Jewish, Christian and Muslim Women, including MKs, whose goal is to make peace not war.”

Read more in The Jerusalem Post

Photo Credit: Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post

Female diplomats serving in Israel pledge support for Women Wage Peace

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