GIVING UP: Fewer Than 20 Women Show Up To The Monthly ‘Women of the Wall’ Prayers


A special Rosh Chodesh prayer service organized by the Women of the Wall drew less than 20 people at the Kosel Monday morning, despite hopes by the Reform movement in Israel that hundreds would take part in the service.

Opponents of the group say the poor turnout at Monday’s event was likely the result of disappointment over last month’s event, when the group hoped to bring out 1,000 supporters, but instead drew only dozens.

Turnout at the Women of the Wall event was so low that mechitzas put up every month to separate the Orthodox tefillos in the Women’s section at the Kosel from the non-traditional services were not needed, freeing up more space at the Women’s section.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.



  1. In general ppl go to minyan because they have to, not because they want to. Mitzvos were not given to enjoy (Rambam). In The end it will disappear.

  2. These despicable Women-of-the-Wall-nuts are beginning to realize that there is more to life than just harassing others.
    Many have come to the correct conclusion that Reform is not Judaism.

  3. bs”d ,we will live to see and hear some of these women who have become baalot teshuva and their explaination of how they were unfortunately uneducated and now embrace the torah beauty of the woman’s role in this world.


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