The group issued a list of demands Monday ahead of a planned meeting with Cabinet Secretary Avichai Mendelblit to reach a solution in the battle for equal prayer rights at the wall, The Jerusalem Post reported.
Haaretz reported some of the demands for the deal are:
-- The upper plaza of the Kotel (the western wall of the second temple) -- the area above the segregated prayer spaces -- should be controlled by a new authority that would also control the new egalitarian space.
-- Half the members of the authority should be women and the authority should receive the same level of government funding as the Orthodox-run Western Wall Heritage Foundation.
-- The egalitarian space would need to accommodate 500 women with direct physical contact with the wall.
-- The new space should be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week with no entrance fee or the need to book the space in advance.
-- The new space should be renamed "Kotel -- Ezrat [with God's help] Yisrael [Israel]."
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