The cabinet on Sunday approved the appointments of six new ambassadors and consuls at Israeli missions abroad, including the appointment of Settlement Affairs Minister Tzipi Hotovely as ambassador to London.
Twenty years after the first woman took to the skies as Israel’s first combat pilot, Israel’s Air Force will soon have its first female F-35 pilot, sources have told The Jerusalem Post.
She will reportedly fly in the 116th squadron, nicknamed “Lions of the South,” based out of Nevatim in southern Israel.
Presence of female security forces in Afghanistan military has increased by 16 percent, according to the Special Inspector for Afghanistan Reconstruction.
SIGAR said in a statement on Sunday that the total number of the female security personnel would surpass 5,260 by January 26th.
Fifteen medical centres across the country have been allocated to pregnant women, reducing their risk of getting exposed to the Covid-19 virus as they go for their health checks, the Ministry of Health and Prevention has announced.
Each emirate will have specific centres where stringent safety measures will be implemented, the ministry added.
Another step towards empowering women!
This week, the Saudi Ministry of Justice announced that it would be offering electronic marriage contracts as part of its plan to be more efficient and to have more automated services available to the general public. This new online system is seen as not only another key move towards the digitalization of government services and entities in Saudi Arabia but also as a step towards improving the rights of women in the Kingdom.
With this e-marriage registration system, couples will now be able to fill their respective data directly on the Najez portal. The system also ensures that any bride-to-be is a willing participant in the upcoming marriage as her direct approval will be needed, and the portal also gives full access to a range of legal services.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights mentions the Emirates as a place that has protected women and girls from contracting the virus by introducing work from home policies early on.
The latest Arabic production on Netflix will both star and be created by Tunisian superstar Hend Sabry.
The film and television actress has teamed up with the online streaming giant to appear in a new “female-focused” original series.