VIDEO: Rabbi Moshe Dovid Perlstien to Jackson Council: Let’s Work Together

Following the recent anti-Semitic-filled meeting at the Jackson Township, Rabbi Moshe Dovid Perlstien, a rabbi in the Township, says he wants to start fresh, and hopes all the town could come together in unity.

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  1. I listened to that Jackson Council Meeting via Zoom where some non-Orthodox aired many grievances which the Orthodox interpreted as anti-Semitic. Their is one grievance I feel that is unfair for the Orthodox community to label us as anti-Semitic.

    When Orthodox real estate agents are repeatedly leaving letters and calling your homes week after week asking you to sell your homes to an Orthodox couple how do you expect the non-Orthodox to feel? How would your community feel if the non-Orthodox did that to your families and communities? Many of us non-Orthodox have school age children and want to finish raising our families There are many non-Orthodox residents of Howell, Brick and Toms River who feel the same way.

    I hope Lakewood Scoop does not see this specific comment as being rooted in anti-Semitic sentiments and posts it. Please know I do respect that young Orthodox couples need housing. But please let us non-Orthodox raise our families also in peace and to keep our homes.

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