Letters To The Editor

May 8, 2014

On April 27, the Baltimore Jewish Council hosted its annual Yom HaShoah commemoration at Beth Tfiloh. It was a moving reminder of the tragedy of the Holocaust and a tribute to the survivors and their families. The JT article (“Legacy of Loss,” April 18) reminds us of the importance of keeping that history alive. In CONTINUE »

May 8, 2014

The editorial “The knockout of Ali” (April 18) states that Brandeis University made the right decision and could have avoided the contretemps just by doing due diligence before inviting Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who was clearly unacceptable. It suggests falsely that Daniel Pipes and Ali are CONTINUE »

May 1, 2014

As our son’s four years at Johns Hopkins University come to a close, we have been reflecting upon his experience (“Bonds that Bind,” April 25). Baseball has always been an enormous part of his life, made all the more meaningful by his connections with coaches and teammates, but we never anticipated that he’d make a CONTINUE »

May 1, 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 »

May 1, 2014

In Avi Rudolph’s column “American Jewry must reclaim Hebrew” (April 25), the key word is “American.” Joke: What do you call someone who knows multiple languages? A multilingual; What do you call someone who knows two languages? A bilingual; What do you call someone who knows only one language? An American. Joke: An American is CONTINUE »