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Oak Park Chabad Denied Permit

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

Let me Clarify
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Let me Clarify

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 »

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to number one

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.

Young Israel
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Young Israel

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

to # 4
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to # 4

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.

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to #3

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

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