Women Of The Wall
“The policy is a direct transgression of the law preventing discrimination.”
Israel’s physical security is critical, but it is not the only security we need.
The Women of the Wall challenged these rules in October 2014, with a reading from a miniature Torah scroll brought in through
JERUSALEM (RNS) Comedian Sarah Silverman made a rare appearance in the middle of a hot political dispute Thursday (Dec. 18
The ad campaign, the first of its kind, features Israeli girls wearing a prayer shawl and holding a Torah scroll in front
I would like to hear their promise of support, now, rather than hear reports of their moral outrage later. I would like those who are signing the plan to insist that their participation in an aspect of it is contingent upon official decriminalization women's group prayer at the Kotel.
Being Jewish is not just about being Jewish my way. While I choose to pray only in spaces where there are no divisions based on gender, I know there are Jews for whom such a division is essential. And not just men.
Peggy Cidor's House Vandalized: Women Of The Wall Board Member's Home Painted With Threatening Graffiti
This was a hate crime fueled by hatred of women. I'm furious about it and at the narcissistic, self-righteous people that
Earlier today, on October 10th, 2013, this statement was issued by Women of the Wall (WOW) in Jerusalem and in the Diaspora. It states that WOW is not going to compromise for a site that is not the Kotel--even if that site is dubbed "The Wall," or close enough to "The Wall." Here is our statement.
For the first time since their inception in 1988, the women's prayer group will be holding a Selichot service at the Western
This week, we are immersed in the days leading up to the most mournful day in the Jewish calendar, Tisha B'Av, which marks the destruction of both Temples in Jerusalem and the horrific degradation and loss of life that were wrought.
Jewish Women, Male Rituals: Reform And Conservative Judaism Allows Women To Worship Like Men (PHOTOS)
1. Israeli Rabbi of the Ramot Zion community, Chaya Baker, puts on Tefilin, also known as Phylacteries, at a synagogue in