Letters To The Editor

BY Marc Caroff President, Louis D. Brandeis Chapter Zionist Organization of America Silver Spring
September 29, 2014

The Sept. 12 editorial “Settlements as Punishment?” suggests that the administrative action taken by Israel to designate 1,000 acres of public lands on the West Bank as “state land” was unwise. In arriving at that conclusion, the JT apparently gave undue deference to perverse and misguided Obama administration statements aimed at undermining the fundamental right CONTINUE »

BY Jill Max, Chair, The Associated’s Israel Engagement Center Baltimore
September 29, 2014

We are fortunate that Jewish students on our Maryland campuses have not encountered the boycott, divestment and sanctions rhetoric that other national campuses have experienced (“Bucking the Trend,” Sept. 12).   However, we cannot sit quietly on the sidelines. To ensure our students are prepared, The Associated’s Israel Engagement Center implemented several initiatives to provide CONTINUE »

BY Susan S. Kurlander, M.Ed., Baltimore
September 29, 2014

As the saga of former Ravens star Ray Rice continues, I keep waiting for someone to mention the role alcohol played in his current professional and personal demise (“It’s Never Too Late to Do the Right Thing,” Sept. 12). Rightfully so, the majority of commentary has focused on domestic violence. I hope that commentary will CONTINUE »

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 »