Kicked Out for Passover? “No Way!”

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from The Media Research Center,

Members of Congregation Toras Chaim have been meeting in homes within the homeowners association for almost three years. Late last year, a neighbor became upset about the gatherings and filed a lawsuit seeking to have the meetings stopped.

Liberty Institute stepped in to defend the congregation’s right to continue its religious meetings in the home. Collin County District Court Judge Jill Willis denied the HOA’s request for an injunction that would have disrupted community religious practice for 30 Orthodox Jewish families in North Dallas right before Passover.

Alarmingly, houses of worship —including small bodies like Congregation Toras Chaim—have been increasingly victimized in recent years by unreasonable regulation and litigation that frequently violates their rights.

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