Letters To The Editor

July 18, 2013

The Jewish community must continue to disclose Jewish misrepresentation by missionary movements speaheaded by their deceptive leaders. The JT was wrong to designate Barry Rubin as “Rabbi” given his role with a Christian congregation that misrepresents itself by its name and intent. … I had attended Emanuel Messianic “Christian” Congregation in Clarksville, as an observer, CONTINUE »

July 18, 2013

I read with interest your series of articles on dog ownership and Jewish tradition (“The Puppy Paper,” July 5). Thank you for devoting so much space to a topic that is so fundamental to many readers’ daily lives. From my perspective, the idea of a “bark mitzvah” is a very odd one.  While few would CONTINUE »

July 18, 2013

Regarding your article on pet bereavement (“Part Of The Family,” July 5): Our dog, Kodi Bear, was 14 years old. His legs could no longer support him. He kept falling down and was unable to get back up. …  You just had to look at his beautiful face and you knew he was miserable. My CONTINUE »

July 11, 2013

Regarding “Fusion Of Faiths” (June 21): The attacks upon the Jewish community by Christian missionary groups masquerading as Jews are deplorable and morally bankrupt. Your article highlighting this menace is commendable. Members of Jews for Judaism are a group of unsung heroes who perform an essential role in our community. A group of these well-dressed, CONTINUE »

July 11, 2013

Your article “Breaking the Color Line” (June 28) brought back many memories of those times. My late father, Rabbi Abraham Shusterman, was as instrumental in planning the march on Gwynn Oak Park as were his dear friends and co-workers Rabbis Goldman and Lieberman. He was actively involved in the civil rights movement of the time, CONTINUE »