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The “Power of Prayer” Saves Ramapough Mountain Indian Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp

photo courtesy of the Ramapough Mountain Indians

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Mahwah NJ, the Ramapough Mountain Indians don’t have to pay more than a million dollars in fines.

On the the Facebook page for the Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp , the name of the prayer site a member rejoiced by saying,”Power of prayer! These people are wonderful people! I’ve met them twice. They are strong and stand 10 feet tall! They walk in a good way and are very generous. Very humble. This is fantastic news! I’m happy for them! Great victory for the Ramapough People!  “

According to the settlement the tribe gets to continue to use its 14-acre property for prayer gatherings.

And a series of lawsuits brought by Mahwah township, the tribe and a homeowners association are dismissed, according to a settlement agreement approved Thursday night by the Mahwah Township council.

The Mahwah council voted 4-to-2 to approve the settlement, which was verbally reached last Friday. It stops a more than two-year battle and erases $12,500 per day fines the tribe has been incurring since the Spring of 2017 for using the Split Rock Sweet Water prayer ground on Halifax Road — which it owns — for religious gatherings.

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  1. Mahwah needs to call off the Indian wars

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