'Women of the Wall' in Hevron Purimfest

Two girls who think it's funny that women pray with men's accessories come up with an original costume.
By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 3/16/2014, 6:50 PM

'Women of the Wall', Purim style
'Women of the Wall', Purim style
Neria Arnon

The Women of the Wall, a New Israel Fund-backed group of women who insist on praying at the Western Wall while donning accessories that are traditionally worn by men, including a tallit (prayer shawl) and tefillin (phylacteries), succeeded in angering many Orthodox Jews in the course of the past year.

A couple of girls from Hevron decided to comment on this light-heartedly with their Purim costumes, by dressing up as members of the odd group. 

Women of the Wall, Purim style Neria Arnon