Sudden stoppage of NJ building's Shabbat elevator sparks lawsuit
Elevator was essential for elderly and disabled observant residents to leave their apartments on Shabbat and holidays.
Eleven Jewish residents of The Colony, a 32-floor full-service cooperative apartment building in Fort Lee, New Jersey are suing the building, its board members and its management company alleging religious discrimination.
They are also arguing that some of the residents’ rights have been violated under the reasonable accommodation clause due to handicap with regard to the building.
Belgium to remove military protecting Jews even amidst rising antisemitism
Belgian government reducing military presence in Jewish neighborhoods and institutions across the country
Someone 911’d a Miami Condo?
From one video captured of the actual demolition of the back half of the Condo, one can see flashes of light before, during and slightly after the building “pancaked down”. I wonder who lived in one of those that 55 apartments? Was this a warning to the Governor?
A GAPING HOLE OF RUBBLE'