Enclave’s Jewish residents furious over anonymous letter calling them ‘bad apples’

Jewish Enclave residents are furious over a hateful letter sent allegedly just to Jewish residents.

The letter, which had no name attached to it, was calling out ‘bad apples’ who moved into the neighborhood, and implying they don’t follow rules of the development.

The majority of those who recently moved into the senior development, are Jewish.

One resident who received the letter tells TLS she has friendly non-Jewish neighbors who did not receive the letter, but who were equally upset about it.

“Even my non-Jewish neighbors were furious about this,” the resident said. “We are people who follow the rules.”

Residents at the Enclave say they reported the letter to the management, who said they are aware of it and are looking into it.

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  1. If the rules were designed to keep the Jews out, do those rules need to be followed? If so, Rosa parks would still be sitting in the back of the bus. Hateful and prejudicial rules should not be followed. Even if the rule itself is technically not discriminatory but was only enacted because of the Jews, they should not be followed.

  2. As an amateur profiler, ibthinkninhave somenclues who the letter writer is, besides that It’s a married female who’s living in the Enclave for about 14 yrs. Shes retired, worked as a secretary or as a teacher. She Lives near a Jewish Family who has lots of family, ba”h, that visits often. She also has married children, probably living nearby, who do NOT come visit often, if at all, besides Mother’s day. She is a lot more active than her husband, which, understandably, makes her bitter and gives her alot of free time. So, she needs to rant, so she rants on her Jewish neighbors. But, you and I know, its not the Jews that are bothering her; her troubles are much deeper than that. May she feel better soon.

  3. The letter doesn’t say anything about Jews. The writer is probably upset that someone(s) aren’t fully abiding by the rules, and wanted to notify all his/her brethren to speak with him. After all, kol Yisroel araivim….

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