Reform Jewish leaders are calling for an investigation following reports that an Israeli colleague was roughed up by police after leading a women’s prayer group at the Western Wall.
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Where is the idignant outrage when Jews are attacked by Muslim Waqf
officials and arrested by Israel Police for the offenses of moving their
lips or closing their eyes on the Temple Mount? Or are such moral
stands reserved for opportunities to bash Israel the Occupier and
Judaism the Oppressor?
Bad enough I couldn't say the Shema aloud on the Temple Mount, but also
can't at the Kotel.
Women, boycott visiting Israel as tourists until you're allowed full
access to all sites.
Imagine a Jew going to pray at a holy place in his country. The police
tell the Jew to stop. The Jew continues and is beaten and arrested. An
Arab country? Germany? No...Israel!
She dose have a right to go to the wall. To pray and sing .Freedom people
indeed, where is the adovcate general, the internal investigations
department? And why does this item not appear in the Hebrew version?
This is becoming the land of Ayatullas under tacit support of Netanyahu.
The monopoly of orthodox rabbis has to end.
Israel was founded as a homeland for all Jews not just for a particular
sect of Jews.. Unfortunately the haredi Taliban think otherwise.
Does the Lady from America know that God was trying to listen to
prayerss and it's hard to do so when someone is praying out loud.
Children do this a lot there must be a more adult way to protest.
People should be treated humanly. Period. If the cops wanted to
"teach her a lesson" they should of done it in court.
No different then any other country in the area
The woman and all the people behind her were walking and singing
peacefully. Who was she harming ?
IF the orthodox don't like it they can avert their eyes.
they can stay home
...that help keep them from seeing women.
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