Letters To The Editor

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...

March 6, 2020 Letters to the Editor

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A Medical Dilemma It got me thinking when, in the article (“Where Jewish and Medical Ethics Intersect,” Feb. 28), a question was raised about liver...

Letters to the Editor Feb. 28, 2020

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Caption Is Not Accurate Coverage in “A Century of the Associated and What Lies Ahead” by Rachel Kohn (Feb. 14) accomplished its mission. However, the...

Feb. 21, 2020 Letters to the Editor

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A Note on Unoffensive Language I completely agree with Guila Franklin Siegel (Season for Offensive Terms for Disabilities Has Passed, Feb. 14) that no one...

Letter to the editor, Feb. 7

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Guns Make Us Less Safe On Jan. 10, the Baltimore Jewish Times ran an article about local Jews buying handguns in response to rising anti-Semitic...

Jan. 17 Letters

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On Social Media In response to “Pursuing Strength of Arms” (Jan. 10, 2020): I support this whole heartedly. Get proper training, and PRACTICE. Pat Gatey Baltimore ~ A training course...

Letter to the editor, Jan. 10

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I, Too, Keep The Love While reading your article “Born Loving: A Conversation on Identity and Prejudice with Marra B. Gad” (Jan. 3, 2020), it...

Letters to the Editor Jan. 3

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Letters should be related to articles that have run in the print or online editions of the JT, and may be edited for space...

Letter to the editor, Dec. 22

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A Wake-Up Call For the third time in less than 14 months, hate has been visited upon our Jewish community in the United States (“At...
Thiru Vignarajah

Letters Dec. 13, 2019

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There is No Plan Reading “No Magic Bullet for Baltimore’s High Homicide Rate,” and hearing the empty platitudes offered by the mayor and city council...