The Oct. 16 arrest of Anat Hoffman (pictured here), who co-founded Women of the Wall to enable Jewish women to pray together at the wall, has elicited outrage, especially from American Jews, the vast majority of whom do not practice Orthodox Judaism. RNS photo courtesy Women of the Wall

The Oct. 16 arrest of Anat Hoffman (pictured here), who co-founded Women of the Wall to enable Jewish women to pray together at the wall, has elicited outrage, especially from American Jews, the vast majority of whom do not practice Orthodox Judaism. RNS photo courtesy Women of the Wall