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to #3
to #3
9 years ago

haaa, you prove my point. Anyway, hatzlacha with your efforts.

to # 4
to # 4
9 years ago

what are you talking about?
i just visited there recently and there is no Young Israel anywhere near there.
the closest shul would be Chabad of Agoura Hills which is over 3 miles away.

Young Israel
Young Israel
9 years ago

There is also a Young Israel shul within walking distance of Chabad.

to number one
to number one
9 years ago

seems to me that you have no clue what you are talking about so why dont you just shut up and stop trying to sound smart.

Let me Clarify
Let me Clarify
9 years ago

It certainly does sound pushy for Chabad to expect a quiet neighborhood to tolerate the busy activities of a Chabad House. This is not the case with Chabad of Oak Park for the following reasons: 1. Chabad of Oak Park is ONLY a Shabbos Shul with 90% of the congregants walking to shul. There are approximately 5 cars that come on Shabbos, and Chabad leases 28 parking spots at a school one block away. 2. There are a handful of neighbors who simply are disgusted with the sight of Jews walking to shul, so they complained to the county that… Read more »

location
location
9 years ago

It’s a residential neighborhood for goodness sake! No wonder people say Jews are really pushy. Show some
dignity please.

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