11 cellular phone antennas erected on old age home

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
November 22, 2005 19:30

Eleven cellular phone antennas have been erected on the roof of an old age home in Jerusalem's Malha neighborhood, including five which are illegal, posing a health hazard to the building's tenants and nearby residents, a group of residents said Tuesday. The old age home, Ellah Residence, which has recently housed former Jewish residents from the Gaza Strip as well as IDF soldiers, is located meters away from a neighborhood school. A Friday protest is scheduled at the site.


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