"Israel today became the only democracy in the world where there is no equal rights for Jews", he wrote on his Facebook page.
Natanyahu echoed Dery's claim, but said the Israeli government would move forward in working out a new deal, this time accounting for ultra-Orthodox interests.
What's at stake here is who gets to determine both who is a Jew and what is legitimate prayer.
The parties, Shas and United Torah Judaism, said the decision reflected "the will of most of the nation that seeks to safeguard the Western Wall's sanctity and status". That standard, since 1967, has been halacha, codified Jewish religious law.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked Cabinet Secretary Tzachi Braverman and Regional Cooperation Minister Tzachi Hanegbi to formulate a new plan that will be acceptable to the religious parties.
"The Government of Israel's decisions have a deep potential to divide the Jewish people and to undermine the Zionist vision and dream of Herzl, Ben-Gurion, and Jabotinsky to establish Israel as a national home for the entire Jewish people", the resolution also said.
In a video message, Bennett addressed Reform Jewry's concerns, explaining that men and women belonging to the Reform movement may continue to pray together freely at the Israel Plaza next to the Southern Wall, which is an extension of the Western Wall.
Israel now recognizes Reform and Conservative conversions for the goal of Jewish immigration only if performed overseas.
But then nothing happened. They have already petitioned Israel's Supreme Court to implement the decision and still hold out hope it will overturn it. The haredi political parties have since pushed the government to scrap the plan entirely, which it came just short of doing Sunday. The government instead made a decision to indefinitely freeze the plan. His decision is being called a "freeze" but all reports indicate it is, in reality, a total unraveling of the idea.
Netanyahu's Cabinet voted Sunday to back out of the hard-won deal, provoking a flood of criticism and warnings it could damage Israel's relationship with the United States' influential Jewish community. "As far as I'm concerned, this is the abandonment of Zionism".
"Netanyahu has a constituency of one, and that's Netanyahu", said Susan Silverman, a rabbi and member of the board of Women of the Wall, a group that was pushing for mixed-gender prayer, according to the Financial Times.
Women and men now pray in separate areas at the site in Jerusalem's Old City, where religious affairs are overseen by Israel's ultra-Orthodox establishment.
Anat Hoffman, chairperson of Women of the Wall, called the decision "shameful to the government and its women ministers who were exposed using their vote against women".
In the past six years, there have also been a number of major cases revolving around the idea of segregating public buses by gender, in a nod to the dictates of the ultra-Orthodox.
Ultra-Orthodox rabbis strictly govern Jewish practices in Israel such as weddings, divorces, burials and conversions. In exchange, the Western Wall Heritage Foundation would maintain control of the main prayer section.
The question of women's rights to prayer at the wall has always been an issue in Israel. That peace was shattered, and the holy place turned into a place of protest in the guise of prayer, by Women of the Wall and its allies overseas. The landmark compromise, adopted by the Israeli Cabinet on January 31, 2016, recognized that the religious status quo at the Western Wall would continue under Orthodox authority.
Core capital goods shipments are used to calculate equipment spending in the government's gross domestic product measurement. United States durable goods orders declined 1.1% for May compared with consensus forecasts of a 0.5% decline for the month.
The defendants denied wrongdoing and said they were just sharing food as part of their communal living practices. Barnhart said the agency is working to determine if the unidentified tipster will get a reward .
On that same day, she was last seen on a surveillance video getting into a black Saturn at Clark and Goodwin in Urbana. The June 9 disappearance of Yingying Zhang (ying ying zhawng) is being treated as a kidnapping.
Mr Kushner will join Jason Greenblatt , Mr Trump's chief negotiator in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in the meetings. The visit is part of an effort to restart negotiations for the first time in three years.
Eight-time French champion Nantes was expected to continue with Conceicao this season after extending his contract until 2020. He was sacked in February with the team one point and one place above the relegation zone in a woeful title defense.
Rhimes' response is flawless , and sums up exactly why Bill Cosby shouldn't be organising Town Hall meetings. Ebonee Benson , a spokeswoman for Cosby's wife, Camille Cosby, interjected, "Laws are changing".
Warmbier's father, Frank Warmbier, addressed the media earlier in the day, saying it was "bittersweet" to have his son home. The State Department is continuing to discuss three other detained Americans with North Korea .
In the past, she said, her Jewish rainbow flag has never been a problem and she assumed this year wouldn't be any different. Nobody confronted her about the flag until the march concluded in a local park to listen to speakers and entertainment.
Vikings player jailed for failed alcohol tests
Floyd was arrested for DUI on December 12 in Scottsdale, prompting his release two days later from the Arizona Cardinals . Floyd finished the season with New England but was inactive for the Patriots' Super Bowl LI victory over Atlanta.
'Transformers: The Last Knight' debuts to a franchise low
But the movie starring Mark Wahlberg was a huge hit in China, where it debuted with 123.4 million USA dollars (£96.4 million). The haul puts " The Last Knight ", which opened Wednesday, on track to gross about $64 million over the five-day weekend .
Supreme Court rejects gun rights appeal
Liberal Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor said they would have granted the appeal to hear the case. The second case dealt with the federal law that bans felons from possessing guns, according to CNN /The Hill.
Trump Declines To Hold Annual Ramadan Dinner
Past presidents have welcomed Muslim Americans for a traditional Iftar dinner, which follows daily fasting from dawn to sunset. It was marked only by a statement published late on Saturday afternoon, coinciding with the end of the holy month.
Presidential campaign: Kovind to visit Srinagar on June 28
Which way this block tilts will mainly depend on the campaign strategy of the contestants of the ruling party and the Opposition . It also has a lead in nearly all states barring West Bengal, Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab, Tripura and Himachal Pradesh.
NDA's Presidential nominee Ramnath Kovind files nomination
Salil Saha declined to comment anything in particular on Kovind since he wasn't sure about the stand of his party-line. After Srinagar , he will travel to Panchkula in Haryana on Thursday, and meet MPs and MLAs from Punjab and Haryana.
Gunman who shot top GOP congressman had history of arrests
The FBI has taken control of the crime scene, which is located some 7 miles away from the White House in Washington , D.C. Three others, a GOP congressional aide, a U.S. capitol police officer and a lobbyist were also injured by gunfire.
Cavs head into important summer with cloud over GM's future
With Thomas, though, the Celtics didn't necessarily need a point guard - which is the piece Philadelphia apparently wanted most. Possibilities for the Celtics who could still be available at the third pick include forwards Josh Jackson and Jayson Tatum .