(December 18, 2012 – Chicago) Chicago Tribune discusses a federal case (12- cv-07571) against Northwestern University that charges the University with singling out a branch of Chassidic Judaism for disaffiliation based upon what the suit claims are false pretenses that masque antisemitism. [decision: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/ct-talk-grossman-chabad-20121218,0,1004984.story
Plaintiff's lead counsel R. Tamara de Silva commented, "This case is about religious freedom. The desire of people to practice their faith has been one of the most powerful forces in history. It is an important right that goes to the heart of the First Amendment." To view the official complaint, click here.