KADEM’s Mission for Palestinian Women Reaches New York

In a demonstration of global solidarity and unwavering support for Palestinian women, the International Civil Support for Palestinian Women, known as KADEM and based in Turkey, has embarked on a crucial journey to New York. Their mission: to organize a series of impactful programs at the United Nations throughout the month of March, shining a light on the challenges faced by Palestinian women and advocating for their rights on the international stage.

On March 14, 2024, the bustling streets of Times Square bore witness to a significant event and press conference, drawing a diverse crowd of supporters, activists, and concerned individuals.

The atmosphere was charged with anticipation as attendees gathered to hear the voices of change and solidarity.

The press conference commenced with stirring opening remarks delivered by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of KADEM, setting the tone for an impassioned discourse on the plight of Palestinian women. Alongside him stood a coalition of local activists and speakers, their presence a testament to the strength of unity in the face of adversity.

Notably, anti-Zionist Jews joined in extending a warm welcome to the delegation from Turkey, emphasizing the universal nature of the cause and the importance of standing together in pursuit of justice for Palestine.

Among the speakers, Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss delivered a poignant address, underscoring the shared humanity that transcends borders and ideologies.

A powerful symbol adorned the surroundings, as scarves in the colors of the Palestinian flag fluttered gently from the poles. Each scarf served as a solemn tribute to the women who have tragically lost their lives in Gaza, a poignant reminder of the urgency and gravity of the cause championed by KADEM.



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