U.S. Jewish leaders cautiously optimistic after meeting with Sharansky over Western Wall access
A multi-denominational representation of leaders discussed the obstacles of the Jewish Agency chairman's plan; some were frustrated that a time frame was not set.
NEW YORK – Jewish American leaders across the religious spectrum expressed cautious optimism after a meeting on Tuesday with Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky about plans to expand prayer space at the Western Wall. However several were concerned at the lack of a specific time frame and frustrated that, for all the talk, nothing was set in writing.
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