Saturday, September 20, 2014 Elul 25, 5774
If Abortion Rights Are Curtailed, What''s Next? As a 79-year-old male, it is highly unlikely that I''ll ever need an abortion. Still, I find the positions of the Bush/ Reagan crowd very distressing, and against the spirit of the American nation as originally conceived (Cover story: "Activists Look to Law in Abortion Debate," Dec. 1). Our nation was born in...
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Stands on Domestic Issues Should Influence Votes Thanks to Jonathan Tobin for another fine analysis of the political options facing Jews (A Matter of Opinion: "Whom Do We Really Fear?" Nov. 23). One point that should also be made is that many Jews - all things on the foreign-policy and Israel front being equal - steer back to the Democrats...
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Reform Stand Ignores the Threat of Radical Islam As a Reform Jew, I’m deeply disappointed in the movement of which I am a part. By voting “overwhelmingly” to oppose the war in Iraq (Nation & World: “Reform Movement Takes Strong Stand Against Two Big Issues,” Nov. 23), the Union for Reform Judaism and my fellow Reform Jews have missed the...
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High School Text Presents Biased Portrait of Conflict In light of the recent series in the Jewish Exponent about the content of American educational materials about Islam and the Middle East ("Islam and Education," Oct. 27, Nov. 3 and Nov. 10), we thought your readers would be interested in an analysis of a current text by two retired social-studies teachers:...
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Cartoon Shouldn't Portray Fence as a Berlin Wall The Jewish Exponent is a place where you expect to see Arab anti-Israel propaganda exposed and countered, not perpetuated. But your editorial cartoon of Oct. 27 perpetuates the latest "big lie" to come out of the Middle East. Less than 10 percent of the security barrier that Israel is constructing is a...
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