Letters

Letters | Dec. 1, 2021

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A distinction without a difference in daily life “MoCo redistricting map to divide Orthodox Kemp Mill community” (Nov. 25) raised some issues that need clarification....

Letters | Nov. 23, 2021

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A major loss Regular readers of Washington Jewish Week will recognize the name Warren Manison, a gentleman who contributed well over 100 letters on Jewish,...

Letters | Nov. 6, 2021

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Zemmour’s critics are not engaging in dialogue In your Nov. 4 edition, you published without comment “A far-right Jew could make political history in France”...

Letters | Nov 10, 2021

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Eat less meat I was grateful to read “Blast of the Shofar“ (Opinion, Oct. 28). The worsening climate crisis affects all life on earth, and...

Letters | Nov 3, 2021

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Struggles with the supply chain shortage Thank you for your article “Supply chain shortages chafing Jewish businesses, organizations” (Oct. 28). In addition to the disappointment...

Letters | Oct. 27, 2021

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From ‘Little Caesar’ to Benjamin Braddock Regarding “Should a non-Jewish actor play a Jew” (Oct. 21): With that logic, Jewish actors should not depict non-Jewish people....

Letters | Oct. 20, 2021

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The story of Howard County Regarding “The anthropological and archival art of curating with Karen Falk” (Last Word, Oct. 14): Thank you for the article about...

Letters | Oct. 13, 2021

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Can Kamala Harris be resurrected? How could such a deceiving headline have been produced for the Ron Kampeas report of Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit...

Letters | Oct. 6, 2021

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Zuckerberg’s bottom line Regarding “Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan give $1.3 million to Jewish causes” (Seen, Sept. 30): It is good that they donated a portion...

Letters | Sept. 29, 2021

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Out of fragility, improved relations for Israel Regarding “The limits of a fragile coalition” (Editorial, Sept. 23): Although the current coalition government in Israel may need...