Women Poems by Ada Aharoni, including "Peace Is a Woman and a Mother," "A Bridge of Peace," "Cosmic Woman," "Woman of No Time," "Eve's Defense," "The More Interesting Life," "Grandmother and the Wolf," and "You Cannot Bomb Me Anymore." More poems in the Poetry section.
Speak Up! is a show on WomensRadio in which guests are invited to talk about issues concerning women. In an interview with the Speak Up! Host Pat Lynch, Ada talked about IFLAC and the necessity of building bridges of peace.
Listen to the interview, Peace by Building Bridges, at WomensRadio.
Women Weaving the World - "Our World will change as women voice their views, weave their values and lead the way."
"Recognizing your dedication and accomplishment service to the cause of World Peace, particularly through efforts that promote reconciliation among all people, going beyond barriers of Race, Religion, Nationality, Ideology and building Culture of Peace, Non-Violence and Empowered Women."
Letters from Sister Mary Odile - Ada Aharoni was born in Cairo, Egypt. In 1996, 45 years after she left Egypt, Ada received these two beautiful letters from one of her former teachers, Sister Mary Odile.
Letter to Kadreya - Ada's letter to an Arab school friend in Egypt. Ada sent this letter and her poem From Haifa to Near Faraway Cairo to the Egyptian President Anwar El-Sadat, and inspired by her words he said in his address to the Knesset in Jerusalem in November 1977, "Let's make the poem a reality." He also said, "I knew we could make peace with Israel because we had a very good ally: The Israeli Woman."
The Woman Who Built the Peace Bridge: Ada Aharoni - A description of Ada's work, published in Nguyen Bich Lan's Anthology "The Women Who Change the World." The Anthology is in Vietnamese.
The Bridge (LENA): Jewish and Arab Women for Peace in the Middle East. The Bridge was founded by Israeli and Arab/Palestinian women in 1975. Ada was one of its founders.
Three Women Poems - Written by Soad Sabah, Kuwaitian Princess and Poet: "At the Beginning Woman was Merely Feminine," "Return to the Coop," and "Chief and Mentor." Ada translated the poems into English.
The True Status of Women in Islamic Law - By Celine Leduc.
A Portrait of Nonie Darwish - Arabs for Israel.
To Shirin Ebadi - Poem by Paulo Coelho to Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Shirin Ebadi, read at the Nobel Peaze Prize Concert 2003.