The Women of the Wall continue their unbridled assault on Yiddishkeit and traditional Judaism as we know it with a new provocation: After appealing to the Supreme Court to allow them to bring a Sefer Torah to the Kosel, the Women of the Wall have announced on social networks and websites that they will institute Birchos Kohanos – that is, Priestly Blessings for Women – at the Kosel on the first day of Pesach.
A statement issued by the women on Facebook states that on “the first day of Pesach, April 24, the women will gather for the blessing ceremony at the Kosel, the first to be held by women, serving as the equivalent of the traditional ritual practiced in many Jewish circles, when men who come from a family of kohanim bless the crowd, lifting their hands up to say the blessing, with hands outstretched towards the public.”
Unfortunately, the chillul Hashem perpetrated by these women seems to grow with each passing day.
May Hashem have mercy on them and guide them to the proper path of Torah, with full adherence to halacha.
David Steger – Matzav.com Israel