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Wailing Wall

noun

  1. another name for Western Wall


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In his 2000 visit to Israel, the Polish pope placed a note at the Wailing Wall seeking forgiveness for Christian anti-Semitism.

The show kicks off with Tony, who has one Jewish parent and absolutely no faith, visiting the Wailing Wall.

Darkshawled figures of the circumcised, in sackcloth and ashes, stand by the wailing wall.

Passover was selected to insult their deepest religious feelings, by barring them access to the Wailing Wall during that week.

Did he haunt the Wailing Wall, then, sharing the woe of his brethren?

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