Letters To The Editor

BY Jerry Levin, Baltimore
September 29, 2014

I agree with Richard Schwartz’s letter (“Seek Common Ground,” Sept. 19) that what Israel needs now is a comprehensive, sustainable peace with its Arab/Muslim neighbors. I am skeptical the two-state solution will bring that peace, but if so, fine. To me, two states are a means to that end.   Schwartz says each side should CONTINUE »

BY Todd D. Heller, M.D
September 29, 2014

It was with great interest that I read “Gilead Sciences Comes to Capitol Hill” in the Sept. 19 issue. I’ve been caring for patients with Hepatitis C for more than 20 years. As the years have gone by, treatments have become more effective, but only with the recent release of drugs such as Solvadi (sofosbuvir) CONTINUE »

BY Nelson Marans
September 11, 2014

Unfortunately, there will be no end to the repetition of terrorist attacks against Israel by Hamas as long as Hamas is convinced that the international community will rebuild Gaza and that collateral civilian deaths can be used for propaganda against Israel (“Anatomy of a Cease-Fire,” Aug. 29). The scenario of rocketing and mortaring Israel, now CONTINUE »

BY Richard Daggett
September 11, 2014

So, Rabbi Kamenetzky and his wife believe that vaccinations, not the diseases they prevent, are harmful (“A Healthy Dose?” Aug. 29). Kamenetzky is quoted, “There is a doctor in Chicago who doesn’t vaccinate any of his patients, and they have no problem at all. I see vaccinations as the problem. It’s a hoax. Even the CONTINUE »

September 4, 2014

How proud I am of Jay Bernstein for his  letter of Aug. 15 (“When Will Our Leaders Stand Up for Israel?”). I live in Colorado, and our federation, now known as Jewish Colorado, also held two rallies, also in a safe place, a synagogue and the JCC. They were fairly well attended, but my feelings CONTINUE »