In 1975, the Palestine Liberation Organization started to publish the Palestine P.L.O. Information Bulletin. Through it, the PLO could write about its side of the conflict, and reach an English-reading public. The early 1970s saw a change in the PLO’s strategy for victory in the liberation struggle. Recognition as the legitimate representative of the Palestinian people became an important step towards a national state, as well as being perceived as part of Third World liberation movements. Women’s emancipation was an important issue in world politics in the 1970s, and the PLO portrayed Palestinian women as imperative in the liberation struggle through the Information Bulletin. Looking at articles about women and the General Union of Palestinian Women in the Information Bulletin between 1975 and 1982, this thesis identifies three reasons why the PLO portrayed its view of women and their roles in the Palestinian liberation movement as central to the struggle. Firstly, by showing that the entire Palestinian people, including women, supported the PLO it solidified its position as the legitimate representative of the Palestinian people. Secondly, a progressive view of women and their roles in the struggle placed the PLO and the Palestinian revolution among other Leftist revolutions around the world. Lastly, by portraying Palestinian women as fully supportive of the Palestinian revolution, the PLO postponed the question of women’s emancipation until after the Palestinian people was liberated.