The new area will be located at a separate expanse of the wall that, when seen from the plaza looking toward the wall, stands to the right of the current Orthodox-administered compound where men and women will still worship separately. More liberal streams of Judaism, which outside of Israel have larger followings than Orthodoxy, chafe at the restriction. It is regularly challenged by the activist group Women of the Wall, sometimes setting off scuffles and police intervention. Israel has seen a four-month-old surge of Palestinian street violence fueled in part by Muslim agitation at perceived Jewish encroachment on the al Aqsa compound.
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Breaking news. Two more women came forward on Wednesday with allegations of sexual misconduct against embattled Republican US Senate candidate Roy Moore, one accusing him of groping her and the other of forcing a kiss on her when she was about They are the sixth and seventh women to accuse Moore of sexual improprieties. Gena Richardson told The Washington Post that Moore, then a year-old attorney, had repeatedly asked her for a date in just before or after she turned Richardson said she finally agreed and went to a movie with Moore, the Post said. In a dark parking lot at a mall in Gadsden, Alabama, Richardson said Moore gave her an unwanted, "forceful" kiss that scared her, the Post reported.
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Several women said Mr. Steinhardt made sexual requests of them while they were relying on or seeking his support. He denies many of the actions attributed to him. Michael H. Steinhardt, a retired hedge fund founder, has donated millions to Jewish nonprofits, New York City institutions and other causes.