Women of the Wall marks 25 years || Anat Hoffman to Haaretz: Accepting new prayer area is like Ben-Gurion agreeing to partition plan
Having a choice of a pluralistic space at the Kotel would be a 'dramatic contribution to the State of Israel and to Judaism in Israel,' founder of women's activist prayer group says.
Stacked in the corner of Anat Hoffman’s office are a bunch of cardboard boxes packed with memorabilia chronicling a quarter-of-a-century struggle. They contain press clippings, some already yellow and frayed, drafts of petitions to the High Court, correspondences with supporters overseas, the first bulk order ever made in Israel for women’s prayers shawls, and countless other documents and artifacts.
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