On 1st of Sivan, 5773, Women of the Wall became a legitimate stream of Judaism
Anat Hoffman, leader of Women of the Wall, warns of an 'earthquake' in the Jewish world if Bennett and Lapid try to turn the wheel back. But gaps between the parties are far and wide, and time is running out.
The Women of the Wall left the site feeling elated. Two human chains of policemen opened paths on the left and on the right, surrounded by an ocean of Haredi men and women. As they walked, the women, wrapped in prayer shawls, sang Ozi v'Zimrat Yah Vayahi li lishuah, a song marking the Sivan Rosh Hodesh (first day of the new month of Sivan) prayer.
Their smiles, like the smiles of those who...