Mar 28, 2016

Jerusalem - Israeli PM: Problems With Liberal Jewish Prayer At Holy Site

Jerusalem - Less than 60 days after the cabinet approved what was hailed as a historic decision to upgrade the egalitarian space at the Western Wall, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed the head of his bureau to coordinate discussions to deal with what he described as problems with the implementation of the plan. Those problems are specifically the haredi political parties United Torah...

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