Women of the Wall vs. Women of the Wall: Organization splits over controversial decision
Days after the pluralistic group's board votes to cede the demand to hold prayer services at the women's section of the Western Wall, a group of longstanding activists contests the decision, impugning chairwoman Anat Hoffman's leadership.
A group of a dozen longstanding activists of Women of the Wall, among them some of its founding members, are challenging the leadership of Anat Hoffman, the group’s chairwoman, and her decision to consider ceding the battle to pray at the women’s section...
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