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The same day a judge ordered a partial stoppage of construction at an Englewood, N.J., estate owed by the Libyan government due to alleged site violations, the rabbi next door lodged his own suit, seeking to block not only the renovations but also diplomatic use of the property by Col. Moammar Qaddafi.

Shmuley Boteach alleges the large-scale project — involving about 100 workers and 40 vehicles — is damaging his own property and “has created intolerable noise, traffic, crowding and dust throughout the neighborhood.”

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