Letters

Letters | June 9, 2021

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Kind words from the cantor Thank you for “Celebrating the cantor’s double chai” (June 3), recognizing my 36th anniversary as cantor of Tikvat Israel. I...

Letters | June 2, 2021

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Proud of Omeish Regarding “JCRC rescinds honor for Fairfax County school board member” (May 27): As a Jewish parent of a child in Fairfax County Public...

Letters | May 26, 2021

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Gotta love the man Regarding “That’s why the rabbi is a mensch” (May 20): My wife, Mindy, and I were members of Ohr Kodesh Congregation...

Letters | May 19, 2021

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Two can play at apartheid Regarding Hadar Susskind’s “The issue is the occupation, not our feelings about the word ‘apartheid’” (Opinion, May 13): Beyond its...

Letters | May 12, 2021

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Is it halachic if few observe it? Regarding Rabbi Sanford H. Shudnow’s May 6 letter, “The driving decision all over again”: While I doubt that most...

Letters | May 5, 2021

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Much to admire Regarding “Holocaust museum honors Stuart Eizenstat” (April 29): Having known Stu since after his arrival for the Carter administration as a board...

Letters | April 28, 2021

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McConnell is right on political speech Just because corporations may have a right to voice their opinions, that doesn’t mean it is appropriate to do...

Letters | April 21, 2021

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Last week’s article “After two years, Shaare Torah finds its new rabbis” drew criticism, largely on Facebook, from members of the Conservative congregation in...

Letters | April 14, 2021

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No magic data points Regarding “Synagogues hesitant to reopen despite vaccine rollout” (March 25): We appreciate your spotlight on synagogues and the work our colleagues have...

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,”...