Thanks for JVP Coverage

Thank you for your article about the JVP national members’ meeting (“Jewish Voice for Peace Converges in Baltimore,” March 20). I thought it was a well-done article, describing what happened there and the opinions of those who attended. I appreciate seeing unbiased coverage of an organization that is not necessarily popular among your readers.

Credit Where Credit Is Due

The Baltimore Jewish Times and the Baltimore Sun should both be applauded for featuring articles about women and child safety through important legislation addressing sexual assaults on college campuses and reducing the backlog on forensic investigations of rape kit evidence (“Reducing the Backlog,” March 20). Both of these issues are crucial to the safety and… Read More

Calling for a Boycott

In the article “Center of Attention” (March 6), writer Cnaan Liphshiz (of the JTA) describes the virulent and blatant anti-Semitism in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. Jews are openly harassed and discriminated against there, and these countries still venerate the Nazis and their pathologic hatred of Jews. We can fight back against these anti-Semites. We can… Read More

Fact: JVP Wages War on Israel

In its shockingly sympathetic and uncritical coverage of the annual membership meeting of Jewish Voice for Peace (“Jewish Voice for Peace Converges in Baltimore,” March 20), the JT mischaracterizes JVP as a benign organization whose “progressive look at the Middle East” emphasizes “sympathy toward the Palestinian people.” In fact, the JVP wages political warfare against… Read More

You Want Twisted Logic?

As a matter of full disclosure, why was it not noted that Alexander Murinson’s From This View (“Twisted Logic,” March 20) is a politically motivated piece of Israeli scholarship in the service of Azeri — and, ironically, Turkish — propaganda? Azerbaijan and Armenia are technically at war because of a dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh. The Jewish… Read More

Where Are JT’s Pro-Israel Articles?

Again, the JT is flying its ultra-liberal colors by running an article on something called Jewish Voice for Peace, which must be some kind of spinoff of J Street (“Jewish Voice for Peace Converges in Baltimore,” March 20). JVP seems to have had its annual convention, which drew about 200 people, in Baltimore. I would… Read More

JWRP: Project for All Affiliations

In response to Sol Edelman’s “Your Say” letter of March 27, I would like to share his concern that we, the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project, were represented as an Orthodox outreach organization in the JT’s “United Through Motherhood” (March 20). He felt that it was misleading, I totally agree. It is misleading and not true…. Read More

No Guilt Here

“Eating the Matzoh Diet” (March 27) provides us with two recipes and a host of information regarding alternate Passover foods. I was advised in the article to consider eating alternate Passover foods with the following in mind such as “fiber content, nutritious options, protein, healthier choices, liquid calories, antioxidants, gluten free and vitamins.” I will… Read More

Rabbi Buchdahl: A Great Draw

I read with interest your article on why synagogues such as Temple Emanuel have lost members (“Congregational Evolution,” Feb. 20). In Temple Emanuel’s case, perhaps it’s because Rabbi Gustav Buchdahl retired. He was a great draw, his sermons were intelligent, and he was witty with great speaking ability. I never heard the present rabbi, so… Read More

JVP a Voice for Hate

Jewish Voice for Peace is neither Jewish, nor a voice for peace (“Jewish Voice for Peace Converges in Baltimore,” March 20). Nor is it progressive, as the article describes it. JVP is nothing more than a hateful organization dedicated to the destruction of Israel, fronted by a small number of Jews with little or no… Read More