Letters

Letters | April 7, 2021

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Voter ID laws are suppressing the vote Although I sympathize with Mr. Orman’s take on proper voter identification (“Like getting carded at the liquor store,”...

Letters | March 31, 2021

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From Facebook Regarding “Fairfax school board votes no to closing on High Holidays” (March 19): Not surprised, the more things change the more they stay...

Letters | March 24, 2021

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This is what voter suppression looks like Regarding “We can and must fight voter suppression” (Opinion, March 18): I support Michael Gelman’s clarion call to...

Letters | March 17, 2021

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Missing headline Sonny Taragin (“The letter of the Oslo agreements,” letters, March 11) is off base. He contends that “based on the Oslo agreements, the...

Letters | March 10, 2021

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Vindman’s moral compass Regarding “Vindman: ‘There’ll be a more competent and capable Trump-like figure’” (March 4): Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman (ret.) is a heroic figure...

Letters | March 3, 2021

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Clearly anti-Semitic For Rabbi Daniel Zemel of the New Israel Fund to claim that it is “dangerous overreach” to claim that “the Global BDS Campaign...

Letters | Feb. 24, 2021

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Can an anti-Semite be a political moderate? Dylan Williams of J Street (“Biden Gets It,” Opinion, Feb. 18) called on the Biden administration to “rebuild...

Letters | Feb. 17, 2021

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If you will it, the dream gets complicated Saul Golubcow’s reflections (“Reading Herzl’s ‘The Jewish State,’ 125 years later,” Opinions, Feb. 11) would be unambiguously...

Letters | Feb. 10, 2021

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Rabbi Twerski’s good works Regarding “Abraham Twerski, Chasidic rabbi and psychiatrist who specialized in substance abuse, is dead at 90” (Obituaries, Feb. 4): So sad...

Letters | Feb. 3, 2021

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Rabbis and chaplains and hats As a retired Navy chaplain with 22 years of service, I was excited when I read two articles in Washington...