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Synagogue sues Newton after standoff

Orthodox group alleges bias in denial of operating permit

By Donovan Slack
Globe Correspondent / January 6, 2004

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NEWTON -- He is not your typical scofflaw. Soft-spoken but determined, Rabbi Chaim Prus follows Jewish tenets to the letter. He does not shop or cook during the Sabbath, watch television or use the telephone. And he won't carry anything or drive to Beth Menachem Chabad in Newton, a single-family house where he has conducted Sabbath services and other rituals ... (Full Article: 1369 Words)

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