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Canada in Israel, women driven from the Wall of Lamentations in Jerusalem, because they want to pray like men

18:35  05 november  2021
18:35  05 november  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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while like a Friday per month, a group of so-called "reformed women" wanted to pray to the wall of the lamentations of the The same way as men, hundreds of ultra-orthodox Jews came to conspour women at the call of an ultra-orthodox deputy.

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"This is our wall", "You are not true Jews": dozens of black men with papillottes and wide hats scream and induient women. Like a Friday per month, a group of so-called "reformed" women wanted to pray to the wall of the lamentations, in Jerusalem, in Israel , in the same way as men. But a famous ultra-orthodox deputy and the former Prime Minister on the right Netanyahu have called for a barrage to these women. At sunrise, hundreds of ultra-orthodox Jews came to conspour women.

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Yokhi Rapoport is the director of the Movement

"Women of the Wall" . She and his friends want to pray like men: "We pray to the wall every month for 33 years and we ask that women can pray freely with the prayer shawl, leather straps around the arms and rollers of the Torah but we can not bring them in the section reserved for women ... "

" men have 200 Torah here, on the wall, it's absurd! So we fight, we fight for equality ... "

Yokhi Rapoport

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live on all the great Israeli media, an impressive police cord tries to contain the angry crowd.


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Your Browser does not support this video some insults, bottles and cups and especially a big confusion, but for Ephraim, an ultra-orthodox in large coat, the fault is on the side of women: "I do not see violence but people who shout from the deepest of their hearts, he assures that the hurts, what some Want to do here ... "

" These provocatives come here and try to sow chaos instead of letting people pray in peace ... it should be an orthodox place to pray ... "

Ephraim

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" Orthodoxy, continues Ephraim, it is Jewish life as it has been since we received the Bible on Mount Sinai: They try to change the way our people pray for 5,000 years and it is absolutely bad .. . "Security forces regularly charge these two agents take their breath. The women of the wall could not brandish their rollers of Torah: "It would have been uncontrollable," says a policeman. They will come back in a month.

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