Following a wave of violence against Arab women in Israel comes a revolutionary initiative that allows women and teenagers a safe space to share experiences of sexual violence. By Inna Michaeli A new initiative is providing Arab women and girls a safe space to share experiences of sexual assault and harassment. The website, Tusukteesh (Arabic for "don't remain silent"), was founded last week by Reem Jaramna, a volunteer at the Kayan Feminist Center and Khulud Khamis, an author, feminist activist and member of Isha L'Isha — Haifa Feminist Center. [tmwinpost] "The initiative started as a way to break the silence that…Read More...
It’s one thing to have a cold relationship between Netanyahu and Obama, but I really don’t think Israel should get on J-Lo’s bad side. Unfortunately, this might happen. A few weeks ago I watched the third episode of the Israeli version of "The Voice" featuring a contestant from Los Angeles, an Israeli called Michael Alhadif, whose stage name is Michael Jade. Now, apparently Jade has been on American Idol, and even got so far as the top 40 (wow!). Personally, I don’t know how he got so far - but I digress. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2t_Ltq0bd0 In an interview segment that was shown…Read More... | 10 Comments
By Leehee Rothschild Rare are the cases in which an article and the advertisement accompanying it fit together. But in the case of a recent op-ed in The New York Times by Oliver Stone and Michael Moore, "Wikileaks and Free Speech," the two make a perfect match. Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, has been wanted by the Swedish authorities since 2010 over allegations in two rape cases. He has been under house arrest in London since December 2010, while an extradition order against him was deliberated in British courts, and ultimately approved by the Supreme Court last May. At the…Read More... | 32 Comments
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