For the second month in a row, Women of the Wall held its monthly prayer service at the Western Wall on Wednesday morning with relatively few disturbances.
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Just political, not spiritual, since they don't keep Torah and Mitzvot
at all! They just want a show and to be obnoxious!
Why would any woman want to participate in a religion whose daily prayer
includes the line "thank 'god' for not making me a woman"?!?
And since pretty much every religion codifies women's inferiority, why
would a self-respecting woman want to follow any religion??
The "western wall" as it is usually called, is The
retaining wall for the Temple Mount. The Temple Mount Is the holiest
place on earth according to ALL streams of Judaism. Jews have prayed at
the western wall since the destruction of the our Temple. The
significance of the western wall is its location being very close to
where the first and second Temples stood. Jews are commanded to pray
towards the Temple mount. The significant thing about the western wall
is its vicinity to the temple mount. The wall is a inanimate object
made of stones. It is a commandment for Jews to hold reverence for the
Temple because it is the House of the lord. But with that being said.
Jews dId not pray TO the temple. Jews prayed IN the temple TO HaShem.
When The "women of the wall" hold such reverence for the kotel
instead of the reverence for G-d they are not only being hypocritical;
they are practicing soft idolatry. Stones have 0 power. G-d IS the ONE
who should be praised. Jews pray to HaShem alone. In other words.
Women of the wall = Ignorant women changing and distorting Biblical
commandments practicing soft idolatry. Women for HaShem = Good Jewish
Women. please post. Thank you and happy holidays.
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