Letters To The Editor

February 6, 2014

As someone who was featured in a previous “Beshert” story and long-time subscriber to the JT, I was extremely disappointed to see two stories that both featured intermarried couples (“Same Difference,” Jan. 3, and “Relay for Life,” Jan. 17). During a time when intermarriage is soaring and we are fighting for our future as a CONTINUE »

January 30, 2014

The JT’s articles about the closing of Loehmann’s shocked and disappointed me (“For the Love of Loehmann’s,” “Finding One’s Place in a World Without Loehmann’s,” Jan. 17). How can we, in our troubled world and difficult economy, obsess over a retail store closing to the extent that we “want to lie on the floor and CONTINUE »

January 23, 2014

I read with interest your obituary for Alice E. Krupsaw (Community, Jan. 10) who passed away at age 106. As stated, she documented memories of growing up in “Little Israel” on Eagle Street. As I lived near Eagle Street on Fulton Avenue, this close-knit Jewish community in Southwest Baltimore, with Wilkens Avenue running through it, CONTINUE »

January 23, 2014

Maayan Jaffe cites discouraging figures from the recent Pew Research Center survey to show there is a “stark disconnect” between the youngest generation of U.S. Jews and the Jewish state (“Somewhere In The Middle,” Jan. 3). How ironic, considering that her lengthy article is filled with the anti-Zionist views of people such CONTINUE »

January 16, 2014

The JT and writer Maayan Jaffe are to be lauded for an excellent, balanced article on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process (“Somewhere in the Middle,” Jan. 3). The examples used to support engagement with this issue reveal the challenges that present-day conditions and different historical narratives play in designing a future peace and two-state arrangement that CONTINUE »