Letters To The Editor

November 20, 2013

My family was the subject of a recent article in the Baltimore Jewish Times (“Seriously?” Oct. 10). Amy Landsman did a story about hosting a vegan bar mitzvah. I wanted to let the JT know that we think she did a great job both in researching and telling our story. I’ve been interviewed before by CONTINUE »

November 20, 2013

Thank you for sharing the story of the Six Million Stamp Project by students at Mount Hebron High School, who are trying to comprehend the Holocaust and the meaning of six million deaths (“Stamping Out Intolerance,” Nov. 1). My synagogue, Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah, is collecting used postage stamps for them to aid in their CONTINUE »

November 20, 2013

I want to thank the JT for publishing Marc Shapiro’s thoughtful article on Elsa Newman (“Judaism Behind Bars,” Oct. 25) and her travails as an incarcerated Jew behind bars in the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women. Elsa had exemplified the laudable values of the Judeo-Christian teachings in her work over her 11-year incarceration, helping hundreds CONTINUE »

November 14, 2013

The Nov. 1 print edition carried a quarter-page ad on page 20 heralding a lecture at Beth Tfiloh Congregation by Rabbi Shlomo Riskin. In it, he was described as the chief rabbi of Efrat, Israel. Such is not only incorrect, but actually plays into the hands of the State of Israel’s political enemies. Efrat is CONTINUE »

November 14, 2013

Your article on Attman’s Deli was very interesting (“It All Started With A Deli,” Oct. 25). I wish I could share your enthusiasm. Last April 9, when my order came, I was told by the cashier that under no circumstances could I eat there; when I asked for my money back, I was approached very CONTINUE »