Voices

Crossing the divide

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I congratulate Suzanne Pollak for her wonderful story about Leszek Sibilski (“Not silent for even a moment”, WJW, March 28). Leszek has crossed this...

In the picture

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Your March 28 edition the photo on Page 10 “Voices of the Vigil.” Of the two men the one on the right side of...

Premature optimism

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Your optimistic editorial, “A welcome apology” (March 28) lauding the Netanyahu call to Turkey’s Erdogan, unfortunately, was quite premature. It is unlikely that there...

Confident in the committed core

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Ron Snyder’s opening assertion (“Conservatives at crossroads,” WJW, March 14): “The problem facing many Conservative Jews today is that they are waiting for respect...

The writing’s on the wall

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by Meredith Jacobs Managing Editor I’m not certain how to begin this one. A local high school student government recently dedicated a week to anti-bullying education. They...

Remembering

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by Meredith Jacobs Managing Editor Could it really be 20 years? I was working in the recruiting department of a big D.C. law firm. Somehow I was...

Peacekeepers amid Syria’s civil war

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Since 1974, the separation of Israeli and Syrian forces in the Golan Heights has been “observed” by the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force, or...

The Real “S” Word

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My car was in the carpool line awaiting the emergence of my two daughters and two other children from their Jewish day school. Before the...

J Street without spin

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The Washington Jewish Week featured J Street, the self-described “pro-Israel, pro-peace” lobby in page one articles twice in April, published J Street opinion columns...

Islam vs. Islamism

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by Daniel Pipes What motives lay behind last month's Boston Marathon bombing and the would-be attack on a VIA Rail Canada train? Leftists and establishmentarians variously...