Letters To The Editor

March 20, 2014

The March 14 editorial (“Michael Oren’s Unilateral Withdrawal”) aptly points out that unilateral action is not a viable substitute for direct negot- iations. On the other hand, the JTprejudges the outcome of negotiations by stating, “The two-state solution is the best Zionist option.” The two-state solution is not the best Zionist option by a long shot. At the CONTINUE »

March 13, 2014

Ada Grodzinsky deliberately misrepresents the contents of my letter (“Letter Presents Flawed Reading of History,” March 7; “Why the Need for a Nation-State?” Feb. 21). I did not address, let alone question, the nature of Jewry’s connection to the soil of Israel but simply pointed out the lack of any traditional or firm Judaic foundation CONTINUE »

March 13, 2014

The JT successfully highlighted the wealth of engagement opportunities available for Baltimore’s young Jewish adults (“Engagement the Jewish Way,” Feb. 28). I wanted to point out that as those young adults become couples and families, our community continues to provide Jewish experiences aimed at bringing specific interest groups together with a variety of programs. The CONTINUE »

March 13, 2014

Thank you for the wonderful article highlighting how our Jewish community is engaging young adults (“Engagement the Jewish Way,” Feb. 28). Understanding that they represent our Jewish future, The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore has made identifying, engaging and empowering young adults one of its priorities. Many of the programs you featured, including Moishe CONTINUE »

March 13, 2014

Regarding the JT’s reporting of AIPAC 2014, readers should know that action dealing with the Islamic Republic of Iran was taken at the state level in 2013 (“Iran Tops Agenda,” March 7). House Bill 877, which I sponsored along with 57 delegates, and Senate Bill 811 make Maryland’s procurement law restrictions automatically consistent with the CONTINUE »