Am Yisrael Chai
I'm sorry, I'm not following. I can tell you think that the Orthodox are being discriminatory. As I hinted at, in a certain sense, these women are being equally discriminatory, if not worse. It's interesting that from my knowledge, more people prefer to keep the Wall as-is and not turn it liberal. So what we have here is a very loud minority. But not only is it a loud minority, it's a minority going against the will of the majority. Seems to be an inter-democratic clash of interests.I have long been against discrimination against different races, nationalities, religions & religious groups, and women. If that's a fault I have, I embrace it.
However, I obviously recognize that I am just one person living in my own little area of the world, so I'm not the "final answer" on this-- but I do have opinions and I believe the right to express them. If that's a "sin", so be it.
I don't know what the sham is. I disagree with your notion of freedom of worshiping God however one wishes. Moreover, if there's any group whose worship is a sham, it seems to be this group of women. Did you see what they have written on their site? It's utterly meaningless in Jewish terms. "We don't want a Temple, we don't care about a Temple, but hey, this remnant here, which historically has only been important because it was thought to be the last remnant and a symbol of the Jewish expectations of the Temple, this we'll turn into some kind of shrine". Seriously, what am I missing here?No one is stopping you from praying at the Wall, and slams against another branch is so utterly pathetic. Jews historically suffered much disrimination, and yet we see all so many on the right who simply have no respect for other Jews whom also believe in haShem. What a shame and what a sham, imo.