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After 25 years of protest, women have gained the right to pray alongside men, and to sing and don prayer shawls and tefillin at Jerusalem’s Western Wall. Though the court approves, the Orthodox public does not. Several dozen men prayed in solidarity with the Women of the Wall and even served as a barrier between the women and the hecklers, some of whom threw eggs.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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