Letters

Letters | May 25, 2022

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Lipstadt is missing antisemitism Kudos to staff writer Alex Krutchik for “Professor Lipstadt gives tutorial on her first day as antisemitism envoy” (May 19). Since Deborah...

Letters | May 20, 2022

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The womb at the back of the bus In “The Torah is unequivocally pro-life” (Opinion, May 12), Yaakov Menken cherrypicks — deforms, actually — Jewish...

Letters | May 11, 2022

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Too much information The May 5 opinion piece “Why the Libs of TikTok founder’s Jewish identity was fair game,” that defends the doxxing of Chaya...

Letters | May 4, 2022

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Don’t turn the other cheek I was gobsmacked by Rabbi Ben Greenfield’s April 14 op-ed, “Offended by Christian seders? Don’t have one.” Clearly, he has no...

Letters | Apr. 27, 2022

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Bad advice The article “Bomb Iran” surprised me (Opinion, April 21). Can Josh Block be serious in proposing that President Joe Biden agree to attack...

Letters | Apr. 20, 2022

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What we were taught in the 1960s Regarding the op-eds on Ukraine, April 7: My family came from Ukraine to the United States in the latter...

Letters | Apr. 13, 2022

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The Shakespeare Code? Regarding “Is it time to retire the Merchant of Venice?” (April 7): Given the robust and opalescent degree of antisemitism of Shakespeare’s day...

Letters | Apr. 6, 2022

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Not a slam dunk In the letter “Israel must condemn Putin”(March 31), the author demands that Israel unequivocally condemn Putin. This might seem like a...

Letters | Mar. 30, 2022

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A fountain pen, at long last Thank you for your March 17 article “A century after first Bat Mitzvah, Jewish Coming-of-Age Still Evolves,” marking 100...

Letters | Mar. 23, 2022

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Ukraine, 1919 Regarding “What do we make of the history of brutality to Ukraine’s Jews?” (Opinion, March 17): I, too, have a Ukrainian story. My Burka...