What would you think if you saw this story in the paper: ANAHEIM, Calif. - Seven Jewish families filed a lawsuit accusing the owner of an apartment complex of religious and housing discrimination. The suit, filed in Orange County Superior Court, alleges that the owner and the manager of Chaumont Villas refused to make repairs to apartments, prohibited Jewish children from playing in public areas and harassed Jewish families because of their faith. The complex manager called the lawsuit baseless. Terry M. Mousa, one of the plaintiffs, said he, his wife and three children lived for three years in their $1,450-a.m.onth, 3-bedroom unit with no problems. A new manager arrived a year ago and began referring to Jewish tenants with profanity and routinely harassing Jewish children, he said. Mousa circulated a petition in June seeking a new manager and asking for repairs to units. Mousa was later evicted. Pat Mitchell, a vice president for property management firm Swami International, one of the defendants, said Mousa was evicted for causing friction between Jewish tenants and the apartment manager. "This is nothing more than a landlord-tenant dispute," Mitchell said. Mousa "has been harassing the manager and not allowing her to do her job. ... We can't have somebody creating a hostile environment."