The Israeli military’s treatment of Palestinians has become the topic of a new issue of Women’s Magazine, an English-language monthly which publishes articles about women’s issues in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
The issue, which was published on Tuesday, is the first issue in more than a decade that focuses on women’s liberation in Israel.
The first issue focused on women in the Occupied Territories.
“The Palestinians are the ones that have the most to lose by keeping women as the lowest common denominator in Israeli society,” the issue’s cover reads.
“But even they are too afraid to speak up about this.
This is a great opportunity for women to speak out and to fight back against a system that denies them their rights and their freedom.”
The title of the issue comes from a quote by a Palestinian woman in the first edition of Women on the Frontlines, a newsletter that began in 1992.
“Israel has a long history of dehumanising the Palestinian people,” the woman, whose name was not revealed, wrote.
“It is a history that has given them a life of poverty and misery and has created an atmosphere of terror.
It has made the Palestinian citizens of Israel a burden on their own people.
The woman was referring to the 1967 war in the Gaza Strip, which left some 40,000 Palestinians dead. “
This system of discrimination is the main reason why many Palestinians have turned to armed struggle to get rid of Israel, and why they have not accepted their statehood.”
The woman was referring to the 1967 war in the Gaza Strip, which left some 40,000 Palestinians dead.
The Palestinian Authority and Israel both maintain the war was illegal and an act of aggression against the Palestinians, and Israeli soldiers killed over 1,000 Palestinian civilians during that war.
But the issue of the Women on a Frontline issue, written by the editor-in-chief of Women, Nadia Al-Hafez, highlights the role women have played in Israel’s occupation.
“We have to stop saying ‘women are not a problem’ and start saying ‘we have to confront the situation of women and girls in Israel,'” Al-Haraz told Al Jazeera.
Al-Hawaz said that she was inspired by a similar article published in 2006 by a woman called Shira al-Tayeb, whose story is featured in the issue.
“I was inspired to write about Shira’s story because she said, ‘The only thing I want is for the world to understand that I am a woman’,” Al-Teyeb told Al-Jazeera.
Al Tayeb was an Arab woman who fled her home in the 1950s after the Israeli army captured her family in the village of Abu Nada in the northern Gaza Strip.
She and her two sons were forced to work as domestic servants and was then sent to an Israeli camp to serve as a lookout for the army.
Al Tibbon, a professor of political science at the University of Gaza, said Al Tayb’s article was an important one because it highlighted the systematic discrimination faced by Palestinians in Israel, adding that Palestinian women are now being punished for their participation in the Palestinian uprising.
“When women are killed in the name of defending themselves, the government is justified in killing them, because they are fighting against the Israeli occupation,” Al Tibbons said.
Al Hayyad said that Al Tayib’s article helped her understand the importance of women’s voices in the struggle for liberation.
“Women are the first to be killed by the Israeli state,” Al Hayysaid.
Al Hayia said that there is also a difference between the Israeli military and the PA, saying that the PA has a greater role to play in addressing the problems of women in Israel and the Occupie. “
And because of this, women have the ability to speak about their experiences of oppression and discrimination, and to speak against the occupation and Israel.”
Al Hayia said that there is also a difference between the Israeli military and the PA, saying that the PA has a greater role to play in addressing the problems of women in Israel and the Occupie.
“In Israel, we have an elite military with very few women in it,” Al Hoya said.
“As for the PA and Israel, the army is a joke, but the PA is a military that takes seriously the needs of its soldiers.
In the West, the PA takes seriously its duty to protect and defend women, but in the occupation, the military takes seriously those who are against the Palestinian cause.”
Al Hoyas article included a list of demands that Al Hayies group of activists have been demanding since the beginning of the occupation.
Among them are the establishment of a women’s shelter in the Israeli city of Nablus, the return of Palestinian women to their homes, the freedom of Palestinians living in the settlements, and the recognition of Palestinian refugees as legal residents of Israel.
Al Hohayas demands have been met, but with some resistance, as the military has continued to deny access to