Letters To The Editor

May 1, 2014

I enjoyed reading the article about Paul Reiser (“Still Funny After All These Years,” April 25), and I look forward to seeing and hopefully meeting him at BHC’s Night of the Stars. However, having gone to school with film director Barry Levinson and having followed his climb to fame, I respectfully point out that “Diner” CONTINUE »

May 1, 2014

When confronted by a foreign crisis, my first concern is whether it is better or worse for Jews in the region (“Compromise of sorts in Ukraine,” April 25). Certainly, while troubling, the unprovoked action of Russia in seizing the Crimea did not directly affect the Jewish population of that area, instead fulfilling an anticipated long-term CONTINUE »

April 24, 2014

The wisdom of our precious Torah sages always bears repeating. With reference to the safety and welfare of the State of Israel and its inhabitants, the apparent choice is between the hawkish territorialism and revanchist one-state, pro-settler agenda of Marc Caroff and the Zionist Organization of America (Your Say, April 11) and the courageous and CONTINUE »

April 24, 2014

I don’t get it. The BDS movement’s vision is that of a single binational state as the proposed solution to the Israeli-Palestinian problem. Which is exactly what the ZOA has in mind (Your Say, April 11). Rapscallion extremes meet and galvanize one other. Too bad the rest of us get stuck in the crossfire of CONTINUE »

April 24, 2014

We at Har Sinai Congregation are enormously proud of our rabbi, Rabbi Benjamin Sharff (“Bald is Beautiful,” April 11). His participation in this effort was born out of love and compassion, not only for the Sommer family as they grieve for their son, “Superman Sam,” but also for all victims of childhood cancers. If any CONTINUE »