Helen Chernikoff and Naomi Zeveloff
By Helen Chernikoff and Naomi Zeveloff
Western Wall Prayer Deal Crumbling as Rivals Stage Dueling ‘Provocations’
The temporary takeover by Orthodox worshippers of the area at the Western Wall designated for non-Orthodox services combined with doubts about the Israeli government promise to sanction egalitarian prayer there has spurred non-Orthodox leaders to abandon the plan for a separate space and revert to their original demand: for their own section at the existing…
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