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Wrapped in Jewish prayer shawls, Rabbi Susan Silverman, second left, the sister of comedian Sarah Silverman, not seen, along with her teenage daughter Hallel Abramowitz, second right, are detained by police officers in Jerusalem's Old City, Monday, Feb. 11, 2013. The head of the Women of the Wall organization, a liberal Jewish women’s group, said 10 women were detained for wearing religious garb which Orthodox Judaism reserves for men only. About 300 people gathered at the Western Wall Monday to protest the Orthodox Jewish control of the site. (AP Photo/Tali Mayer)

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Wrapped in Jewish prayer shawls, Rabbi Susan Silverman, second left, the sister of comedian Sarah Silverman, not seen, along with her teenage daughter Hallel Abramowitz, second right, are detained by police officers in Jerusalem's Old City, Monday, Feb. 11, 2013. The head of the Women of the Wall organization, a liberal Jewish women’s group, said 10 women were detained for wearing religious garb which Orthodox Judaism reserves for men only. About 300 people gathered at the Western Wall Monday to protest the Orthodox Jewish control of the site. (AP Photo/Tali Mayer)
Wrapped in Jewish prayer shawls, Rabbi Susan Silverman, second left, the sister of comedian Sarah Silverman, not seen, along with her teenage daughter Hallel Abramowitz, second right, are detained by police officers in Jerusalem's Old City, Monday, Feb. 11, 2013. The head of the Women of the Wall organization, a liberal Jewish women’s group, said 10 women were detained for wearing religious garb which Orthodox Judaism reserves for men only. About 300 people gathered at the Western Wall Monday to protest the Orthodox Jewish control of the site. (AP Photo/Tali Mayer)
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