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Letters, the Week of June 8, 2017

Sage Was No Mystic I take issue with Barry Holtz’s characterization of Rabbi Akiva as a “mystic” (“Rabbi Akiva Made the Jews Who They Are...

Letters, the Week of June 1, 2017

Treif Cooking Nothing to Write Home About I was disturbed to see such a fuss made about Jewish cooks — who are not observant —...

Letters, the Week of May 25, 2017

Kudos for Local Focus Reading the excellent article about the Exponent in the May 15 Philadelphia Inquirer and the varying opinions regarding its content, I...

Letters, the Week of May 18, 2017

Jewish Ethics and the Motto, “Hate Has No Home Here” I fully support the symbolic planting of trees of life represented by the lawn signs...

Letters, the Week of May 11, 2017

Omnivores of the World, Unite I found the article about Alex Hershaft both poignant and uplifting, as most stories highlighting Holocaust reflections tend to be,...

Letters, the Week of May 4, 2017

Strike at FPRI Below the Belt I am an acolyte for both ZOA and the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) and happened to be in...

Letters, the Week of April 27, 2017

Hate Should Have a Home Here There is a most disturbing development in suburban Philadelphia. Many homes, some owned by Jewish people, display a sign...

Letters, the Week of April 20, 2017

His View: Republicans Over Democrats Editor-in-chief Joshua Runyan’s recent idealistic essay is, alas, unrealistic because anti-Israel attitudes and actions permeate the Democratic Party’s leadership and...

Letters, the Week of April 13, 2017

The History of David Werner Amram Your article on Mr. Boonin’s talk reported that he said that in 1897, the Exponent had identified “a man...

Letters, the Week of April 6, 2017

For Some, Azerbaijan Not Such a Welcoming Place The recent depiction of Azerbaijan as some sort of modern-day Shangri-La of peaceful coexistence and exemplary behavior...