I support the Women of the Wall. Every branch of Judaism is equal and deserving of respect especially at Jewish holy sites like the Kotel.
So who are the Women of the Wall?
The Orthodox, as seen in the following latest video, do not have a monopoly on God almighty. What this video doesn’t show is that there were Orthodox who threw stones at the bus in which the WoW rode to the Kotel.
There is no religious prohibition against women wearing tefillan, tallit, kippah or carrying and reading from a Torah.
Luckily the Israeli courts side with WoW. Here
In light of the need for religious pluralism at the Kotel, Natan Sharansky, the head of the Jewish Agency, proposed a solution which has been accepted…sort of. Here and Here
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