Opinion

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BY Joshua Runyan
October 2, 2014

Rosh Hashanah, indeed any Jewish holiday, is typically a peaceful time spent with family and at synagogue, a time to give thanks for the Almighty’s beneficence and enjoy the companionship of loved ones. But for three men walking on Old Pimlico Road last Thursday evening, peace and tranquility were relatively fleeting notions: They were fired CONTINUE »

September 30, 2014

The most important issue to consider is what is best for Israel (“Bucking the Trend: Despite problems elsewhere, local pro-Israel students return to school confident” Sept. 2). With that in mind, I hope college students (and others) will consider the following: As most Israeli security experts agree, there is no military solution to the Israel/Palestinian CONTINUE »

September 30, 2014

When my father-in-law died in Puerto Rico, one call at 3 a.m. to Sol Levinson & Bros., and they arranged everything (Family Owned & Proud of It,” Aug.22). It hurt hearing my father-in-law go from “Leon” to “the body,” but you can trust Levinson to get the job done. When my father-in-law’s body missed the CONTINUE »

September 30, 2014

In response to Simone Ellin’s article “A Healthy Dose?” (Aug. 29), I would like to add a few points and facts.  If the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the government would conduct a long overdue study comparing the health of vaccinated children with unvaccinated children, much of the controversy surrounding this issue could CONTINUE »

September 30, 2014

The exciting lives led by the two Jewish patriots profiled in the Jewish Times (“Jewish Patriots: Balancing Jewish, American Identities During the War of 1812,” Sept. 5) left me with the following question: Why haven’t Uriah Levy and Mendes Cohen been the subject of a made-for-TV series or PBS documentary? Levy was unmistakably an individual CONTINUE »