Close to 20,000 Reform, Conservative Jews bombard Israeli leaders with email protests over High Holy Days.
Though softer in wording, the new motion still ignores Judaism's ties to the Temple Mount. Ten member states backed the resolution, two opposed and eight abstained.
Though softer in wording than the initial resolution, Wednesday's vote will still omit any reference to the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in their Jewish context.
Compromise achieved to resolve Women of the Wall dispute seems at risk, as the Orthodox establish facts on the ground at the Robinson's Arch, long a site where Reform and Conservative Jews held mixed gender prayers.
'UNESCO haven't read the Bible,' prime minister says after resolution nullifying Jewish ties to Temple Mount, likens decision to saying China has no link to Great Wall.
The vote is a gift for Israeli belligerents who can say yet again: There is no one to talk to. No partner. It fuels an immoral alliance of interests between Arab and Jewish rejectionists, and supported by Western governments.
Due to Israeli efforts, no European country backed the motion, which describes the Temple Mount as holy to Muslims alone, without mentioning the site's significance to Jews.
Every day that the government avoids implementing its own decision it is spitting in the face of American Jews of all streams and worldviews.
In petition to be submitted to High Court, non-Orthodox Jewish leaders also ask for say in running holy site.