Published: May 5th, 2012
The AP reports that a trial is set to begin in the case of a Connecticut Jewish woman who sued her congregation because a black woman had been buried in the interfaith section of their cemetery.
Maria Balabanís lawsuit will go to trial Tuesday in New London Superior Court. She is demanding that the remains of Jamaica-born Juliet Steer be exhumed and removed from Congregation Ahavath Achimís cemetery in Colchester.
The 73-year-old Balaban argues that the congregation broke the rule against burying gentiles in a Jewish cemetery when it allowed Steerís burial in an interfaith section of the cemetery in 2010.
So was it because she was black do you think since the lady was buried in an 'interfaith' section?
Is the Jewess being racist?