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"I'm here at the Western Wall. It's a great honor and privilege for me to be here as a kohen (priest) to give the blessings to the people of Israel. It's an incredibly moving experience."
The Priestly blessing will be recited twice throughout services: once during morning prayers at 9:30 a.m. and once during the additional holiday prayers at 10:15 a.m.
Women of the Wall’s monthly prayer services at the women’s section of the Western Wall are routinely met with hostile jeering, screaming, whistling and other forms of harassment.
They asked Netanyahu and Steinitz to follow the lead of Regev, who declined to authorize plans to change anything at the Western Wall.
By GIL HOFFMAN
"Yes, Jews did this to other Jews. When will we learn that we are stronger together?"
By SAMUEL THROPE
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Azouali resigned as a member of the ministerial committee for approving the proposed, and rather modest, renovations on Sunday morning, the third minister to do so in just over a week.
By JEREMY SHARON
Netanyahu also announced that the government's "aspiration is to pass the enlistment law and the nation-state bill next week."
By YANIR COZIN,JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“Today we heard that there was some kind of earthquake, maybe we should engage in some introspection that this earthquake was because someone here is trying to harm that which is holy to us?”
By GIL HOFFMAN,JEREMY SHARON
Regev refused to approve the renovations, saying she fundamentally disagreed with mixed-gender prayer at the Western Wall, despite having supported it in the past.
Steinitz takes her place, averting crisis
Sharansky said that her “about-face” was “regrettable.”
Real issues divide the world’s two largest Jewish communities: religious pluralism, preserving Israel’s Jewish democratic core and working toward two states for two peoples.
By RICK JACOBS
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