Police arrest Women of the Wall leader for singing

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 By JEREMY SHARON  Anat Hoffman held overnight, banned from Wall for 30 days after she sings aloud at Jewish holy site against Israeli law.  Anat Hoffman, chairwoman of the Women of the Wall activist group, was arrested Tuesday night for disturbing the peace by singing out loud at the Western Wall.

Hoffman, along with 250 women from the movement and from the Hadassah organization went to the site for a prayer service for the new Jewish month of Heshvan.

She was held overnight and released after 12 hours in police custody, and issued with a restraining order banning her from visiting the Western Wall for 30 days.

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