1) Many of the women who gather for Rosh Hodesh are Orthodox, not Reform. 2) Robinson's Arch is kept locked 99.99999% of the time and it is not accessible. In fact I have been there when Women of the Wall tried to conduct its Torah service there and despite it being a regularly scheduled event (Rosh Hodesh), it was not opened so that the Torah service could be held. If you tried to go pray at Robinson's Arch, . I think you will see that it is an archeological site that it occasionally opened for groups with much advanced planning and arrangements. It was a nice idea but it has been poorly executed because the authorities have no respect for the groups it thinks should use it. 3) You don't get to end the discussion.
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