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Women Wage Peace International Bremen Peace Prize 2019, Foundation die schwelle Bremen City Hall, 15 November 2019
International Bremen Peace Prize 2019, Foundation die schwelle Laudatory Speech Women Wage Peace Bremen city hall, 15 November 2019 Alexandra Senfft
Shalom, dear Eti, Salamat, dear Jullet! I am very happy that both of you are here today on behalf of Women Wage Peace to receive the Peace Award 2109 given by the schwelle Foundation and to present your movement here in Bremen.
Dear audience, I invite you to make the acquaintance of two courageous and unusual women: Eti Livni, a Jewish Israeli woman from Tel Aviv, lawyer, former Knesset member – and Julliet Kahwaji, a Palestinian Israeli woman from Akko, Arabic teacher, educationalist. Despite their many differences, they also have a lot in common: Both are mediators, women activists and each of them is the mother of three children. However, the strongest bond between them is their pursuit for peace in the Middle East as members of Women Wage Peace.