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    • LS
    • 07.08.13 | 17:20 (IDT)

    Why do they need to find a compromise? This is not a synagogue which holds its prayers according to a particular denomination of Judaism. No, it is a national monument and, as such, every Jew is entitled to pray there according to their own tradition. The problem is that many people - you included? - want to treat it as a synagogue whose members are entitled to decide what form of worship they wish to follow. But it isn't a synagogue, never has been and why is it ever likely to become one?!

    from the article: Women of the Wall relegated to alternative prayer spot for second straight month
    First published 12:36 07.08.13 | Last updated 12:36 07.08.13
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