Sunday October 4, 2015
Israel Hayom
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Whose Wall is it anyway?

Natan Sharansky wanted to appease Reform and Conservative Jews with his plan to turn an archaeological site at the Western Wall into an egalitarian prayer site, but the backlash from the antiquities authorities is threatening to quash the initiative.

Nadav Shragai

Members of the Women of the Wall, along with three female MKs, held a service last month to protest a High Court of Justice ruling on women's prayer
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The southern part of the Western Wall may become a new prayer section as part of a compromise with the Women of the Wall
Photo credit: Lior Mizrahi
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