The article, “Analysis: Global Jewish Shuk,” in the Nov. 15 issue presents a real conundrum. In the seeking of religious rights, there are those who wish to sit where they want, pray where they want and dress the way they want. In so doing, they trample on the rights of those who want to sit, pray and dress the way God wants. A religion, like a family and a school, is not a democracy. We don’t get to vote.