Amid world's indifference Israel to bring Hamas atrocities to light

Foreign Ministry launches multi language campaign to share the stories of raped, murdered women, victims of Hamas terrorists ahead of UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women


The Foreign Ministry's campaign to tell the stories of murdred, and raped women by Hamas terrorists
(Video: Foreign Ministry)

The Foreign Ministry will launch an international campaign for the UN international Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, on Saturday, focusing on the women who were victims of rape and murder by Hamas terrorists in the atrocities committed by Hamas terrorists on October 7.
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The campaign with the messages "Believe Israeli Women" and "No Excuse," will include representatives worldwide, who will share the stories of the Israeli women who fell victims to the Hamas atrocities, starting on Friday and last for 16 days.
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משרד החוץ בקמפיין בינלאומי בשפות רבות לרגל יום המאבק הבינלאומי באלימות נגד נשים: "השתיקה שלכם שותפות לפשעי החמאס"
משרד החוץ בקמפיין בינלאומי בשפות רבות לרגל יום המאבק הבינלאומי באלימות נגד נשים: "השתיקה שלכם שותפות לפשעי החמאס"
The Foreign Ministry's campaign to tell the stories of murdered, and raped women by Hamas terrorists
"It's been 47 days since Israeli women were raped, murdered, and kidnapped by Hamas terrorists and many international women's rights groups are still silent. It doesn't matter what language you speak. Speaking up and advocating for women who face violence should be universal." diplomat Michal Philosof, said on one video produced for the campaign.
The Foreign Ministry said diplomats worldwide will share the stories of murdered women in various languages, including Dutch, Spanish, Uzbek, Turkish, Greek, French, and more. Each representative will recount the story of a different Israeli woman, ensuring their voices are heard. Activities will take place globally, with a focus on the UN offices in New York and Geneva.
The ministry also said that social media influencers and content creators, journalists, decision-makers, and academics will join in criticizing the UN institutions and international women's organizations for their shameful silence on what was done to Israeli women.
"Around this of all days, we call for raised recognition of this cultural epidemic and although the struggle against this violence should be conducted all year, the UN must now come out against the horrendous assault on women in Israel on October 7 and apply all its resources to releasing those taken hostage," the ministry said.
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