Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775
JFCS Partnerships Serve the Needs of Patients It is to be commended that the Jewish Exponent has taken on the important and sensitive subject matter of hospice care, and we applaud your efforts to educate the public about Jewish laws and customs regarding end-of-life issues (Cover Story: "Taking Great Care to Really Care," March 30). At the same time, we...
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What's the Problem? Maybe Saying 'Next Year' Jews say, "Next year in Jerusalem" at Pesach, and God "makes a note" to bring all Jews to Jerusalem the following holiday season (A Matter of Opinion: "Choose Your Metaphor," April 13). Some Jews even say, "Next year in Jerusalem" at the conclusion of Yom Kippur, so God thinks, "Well, perhaps they need...
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What Are They Being Taught at Swarthmore? Your recent article detailing the latest talks at Swarthmore College, which were aimed at bringing different perspectives when it concerns the Arab-Israeli conflict, coupled with the war on terror, failed to show the bigger, troubling picture at Swarthmore (City & Suburb: "Events Try to Make Dent in Anti-Israel Feeling," April 6). Swarthmore will...
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Agency Works Hard to Aid Needy Palestinians Jonathan Tobin appears content to regurgitate hackneyed allegations that have been proven wrong many times over (A Matter of Opinion: "Pull the Plug on UNRWA," March 16). Countries funding UNRWA rightly scrutinize its expenditure very closely, and external reviews and audits take place continuously, including by the U.S. General Accounting Office. Far from...
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Bragging About 'Steals' Won't Help Folks in Cuba The Jewish Exponent and Cantor Howard Glanz did a disservice to those who travel to Cuba on a regular basis, and struggle to get a license from the government to do so (City & Suburb: "On the Sly, Mission Accomplished: Folks Get Materials Into Cuba," Feb. 23). It was not cute or...
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