Letters To The Editor

Letters to the Editor: May 29

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Acknowledging Sovereignty Is Not Annexation Repeating the word annexation a thousand times even by the Israeli ambassador does not make it so. (“Annexation is a...

Letters to the Editor: May 22

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Unsure What to Believe What a dilemma I find myself in (“Biden and #MeToo,” May 8). I believe in believing women. I also like Joe Biden. He...

Letters to the Editor: May 15

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In the Words of Aretha Franklin In the May 1 Voices column by Paul Socken, he makes the point that the elderly are thought to...

Letters to the Editor: May 8

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Alzheimer’s Doesn’t Only Affect the Elderly Alzheimer’s disease is not just a disease of old age (“Forget Me Not,” Feb. 28). Approximately 5% of the more...

Letters to the editor: May 1

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The Holocaust Affects Me Every Day I had 76 family members murdered in the Nazi concentration camps, and it is so true (“Inherited Trauma: When...

Letters to the Editor: April 24

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We Must Be in Touch With Collective Trauma Being a therapist and from a different culture, I really think and feel that survivors’ experiences need...

Letters to the Editor: April 10

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Democrats Should Stay Right Where They Are Mr. Botwin, do you not realize the reason for the increase in anti-Semitism is due to the man...

Letters to the Editor: April 1

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Jews Did Seek Vengeance Regarding “Holocaust Foundation Head Tells Amazon to Drop ‘Hunters’” (The Seen, March 20): Stephen Smith is incorrect that Jews did not...

Letters for March 27

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What Would Rav Genchovsky Say? I wondered what my late relative, Rav Avrohom Genchovsky zt”l, would have to say about the current state of affairs. I...

Letters to The Editor: March 13, 2020

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Take the Crumbs Discussions between Arabs and Israelis like the one between Bar Galin and Rowan Odeh are fine (“‘A Wall Between Us’: Israeli-Palestinian Event...