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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...

Letters, the Week of March 30, 2017

I Met Sarsour, and She’s Wonderful A recent letter to the editor asserted how horrible Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour was in her hatred of Jews...

Letters, the Week of March 23, 2017

Jewish Embrace of Refugees Is Dangerous The letter from David L. Levine was excellent (“Efforts to Help Muslims Often Backfire,” March 16). He wrote about the...

Letters, the Week of March 16, 2017

Rally Criticism Akin to Blaming the Victim Joshua Runyan’s column downplaying the effectiveness of the March 2 rally (“Action Required to Defeat Anti-Semitism,” March 9),...

Letters, the Week of March 9, 2017

Memorializing a Master Kudos to the Exponent on its feature story about the passing of business and civic giant Albert Boscov (“Death of Albert Boscov...

Letters, the Week of March 2, 2017

A Great Article The article on the African-American synagogue was wonderful (“African-American Synagogue Thrives, Is Honored With City Street Sign,” Feb. 23). My husband and...

Letters, the Week of Feb. 23, 2017

Fur? You’ve Got to Be Kidding! Please explain how you can print such an article (“Winter Fashion: Wrap Yourself in Something Wonderful,” Feb. 9). Don’t you...