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World Israel allows liberal Jews to pray at Western Wall

The decision Sunday -- which allows non-Orthodox Jews to pray -- was praised as a victory for the rights of women and liberal denominations. 

Israel's Cabinet voted Sunday to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, a move advocates said marked a historic show of government support for liberal streams of Judaism.

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