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Letters: Torah and Ilhan Omar

Believing in Torah, Even As a Nonbeliever In a March 1 letter about “tikkun olamism,” Steve Mendelsohn opines, “But for us Jews who believe that...

Letters: Hate and Barrack

We’re Not Born to Hate Joshua Runyan’s column (“How Do You Learn to Hate?” Feb. 21) raised an important issue as he celebrated the birth...

Letters | ‘Tikkun Olamism’ and Our Coverage

Agreeing to Agree, and Disagree I agree with the authors of a recent article that tikkun olamism, the exclusive focus by liberal Jews on repairing...

Letters | Abortion and Empathy

Instead of Aborting, Try Adoption Confronted with New York state’s newly adopted “late term abortion” policy, I would offer an alternate solution for other states...

Letters: Virginia and Roe v. Wade

Jewish Community Should Respond to Virginia Governor Blackface Scandal The blackface and KKK scandal of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam offered the Jewish community an opportunity...

Letters | Abortion and Lawmaking

Human Life Is Worth the Inconvenience Abortion is only troublesome if human life is special (“Where Religion Falls Short,” Jan. 31). If it is not...

Letters: Leonard Bernstein and the Barrack Teachers Union

Some clarifying points about Bernstein’s ‘Kaddish’ The otherwise interesting item about The Philadelphia Orchestra’s “Music of Faith” program needs some clarifications (“‘Music of Faith’ to...

Letters | Ari Fuld and Vilna Shul

Setting the Record Straight on ZOA My dear friend Ari Fuld, an American-Israeli father of four and ardent fighter for Israel, was recently murdered by...

Letters: ZOA and Immigration

Organization Calling Out Hill Should Look in Mirror Talk about the fendl calling the kesl shvarz (“Temple Is Actually Protecting Professor Hill,” Jan. 10). A...

Letters | Healthcare and Anti-Semitism

The Other Side of Drug Patents As a member of the medical community, I found the op-ed by Peter Rheinstein exceptionally one-sided and candidly profit-motivated...