An Orthodox woman enters the Western Wall with a hat or scarf, but a Reform Jew cannot enter with a kippah?
Perhaps the Hareidi rabbis’ problem is that her wearing a kippah violates the law that a man should not wear women’s clothes, and a woman should not wear a man’s clothes.
Perhaps they are afraid that first it’s a kippah, and then it’s tefillin and a Torah scroll.
More probable, they are afraid of anyone who does not dress like them and think like them. The Israeli Hareidi establishment does not understand that drawing a red line as soon as someone does not confirm to its whims is equivalent to drawing an “x” and excluding a Jew from Judaism forever.
Neither does MK Azoulay, who in two or three sentences brought us back to 2,000 years ago, when ‘Loshon HaRa” brought down the Second Temple.