The word “no,” the most common response to being sexually harassed, has long been a taboo word for men in Israel, and women in the country have rarely spoken it.
In the West Bank, however, a new term is gaining traction, called “sexual harassment.”
It is also a word that is being used in an increasingly negative light, in a way that many of us have been taught to dismiss.
For a while now, Israel has been trying to change that.
In April, it was the first country in the world to ban the use of the term “sexual harasser,” after a court upheld a court decision to allow the government to revoke the permits of those convicted of violating the law.
The law was passed to curb the spread of harassment by religious groups and the public.
But the move has been met with resistance from some in the Jewish community, who say the term should be used only in a respectful way.
The government has been considering the use and the consequences of the word “sexual” for years.
But the government has largely failed to see the wider implications of the language.
“The word ‘sexual’ has been used as a term of hate in the West for centuries, and the term ‘harasser’ is often used to describe those who commit hate crimes,” said Tamar Katz, director of the Center for Gender, Sexuality and Culture at Tel Aviv University.
The term “harass” has been around for centuries in the United States and other Western countries, Katz said.
“The word has become an extension of the oppression and hatred of women in society.
But what is it that is causing the confusion and the lack of understanding about it?
It is not that it is not a word.
It is that people don’t understand what it is they are saying when they say it.”
While “sexualharassment” has become a term that has been in use for decades, Katz noted that the word has also been used in a negative way, in the past to refer to people who are too sexually explicit, or who make inappropriate advances on women.
When the Supreme Court ruled to ban use of “sexualsharassment,” Katz said, the government didn’t realize that people were using it in a derogatory way.
“They didn’t think that people would be offended by it.
They didn’t know that there was a negative connotation associated with the word ‘harassment,'” Katz said.”
So they thought, ‘Well, we are going to use this word to talk about someone who is harassing someone.
So why not use it to talk more about someone that is harassing a woman?'”
The word “harassment”?
Katz said that is a big problem for the government.
“This is an old term, and people have used it for centuries.
And the government doesn’t understand that, and that is the problem.”
The government is currently considering a bill that would amend the law to remove the word from the law, Katz added.
It’s expected to pass this year, and it is likely to be signed into law this month.
The new law, which Katz calls a “new law on the books,” would also prohibit harassment, sexual assault, stalking, threats, intimidation, and hate speech.
It would also allow prosecutors to file hate crimes cases against those who engage in such acts, and for religious groups to be exempted from liability in cases of sexual harassment.
According to a report from the Jerusalem Post, the law would also require public authorities to identify “sexual offenders” and “sexual assault offenders” in the media and the criminal justice system, and prohibit “sexual abuse” and harassment from being used to justify discrimination against women.
The bill would also establish a new national human rights commission that would investigate “sexual violence and harassment.”