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Posted on: April 21st, 2004

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Responding To Alarm BellsMichael Freund’s alarming op-ed of March 12 (“Anti-Semitism Not The Main Threat To Europe’s Jews”) is disturbing because what he describes is readily apparent to anyone who bothers to learn and understand what is happening – the trend and statistics he presents have been ongoing for years. Our rapid downward slide continues […]

 

Posted on: April 14th, 2004

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Hypocritical TimesJason Maoz’s Media Monitor column, in exposing the unmitigated hypocrisy of the liberal press – most prominently The New York Times – is consistently excellent.The Times, which tirelessly bombards its readers with letters to the editor, articles and op-ed pieces excoriating President Bush for commencing the Iraq War on “false pretenses,” had the audacity […]

 

Posted on: April 7th, 2004

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Father And SonI thoroughly enjoyed Avraham Shmuel Lewin’s interview with Yair Shamir in last week’s Jewish Press. At age 59, Mr. Shamir is still young enough to consider a new career in politics, and weall know how starved Israel is for real leadership.Speaking of Israeli leadership, many of us took Mr. Shamir’s father for granted […]

 

Posted on: March 31st, 2004

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Magnificent RumsfeldYour Feb. 27 editorial on the Democratic presidential candidates was on target. I know that liberal Jews – those whose prime concerns in life are gay rights, abortion and keeping any manifestation of religion out of the public square – will vote for any Democrat that comes down the pike. But I don’t see […]

 

Posted on: March 24th, 2004

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Ground Zero Sefer TehillimThank you to Shmuel Ben Eliezer and The Jewish Press for covering the return of the Sefer Tehillim from the Ground Zero rescue worker to Rabbi Spira (news story, Feb. 20). This event will live on with my family. My co-worker and the rescue worker spent the rest of the day together […]

 

Posted on: March 19th, 2004

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History’s LessonsIt is beyond argument that an Arab ‘Palestine’ will be another terrorist state. The area is currently ruled by terrorists, dominated by terrorist organizations, and populated by a society so ingrained with hate for Israel that it will take generations – if it happens at all – to change that mindset. It is imperative […]

 

Posted on: March 10th, 2004

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Sharpton Democrats (I)Imagine if a white supremacist were running for the Republican presidential nomination and the party’s other candidates not only refused to denounce him, but actually welcomed his candidacy and went out of their way to make nice with him at debates and other joint appearances.Switch the words ‘white supremacist’ with ‘Al Sharpton’ and […]

 

Posted on: March 3rd, 2004

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Readers’ Tributes To Chezi Goldberg, a”hWisdom Will Be MissedI am writing to express my deepest condolences to the family of Chezi Goldberg on the brutal murder of their husband and father. I am an American Jew and a religious Zionist who unfortunately never had the privilege of meeting your husband and father. However, I faithfully […]

 

Posted on: February 25th, 2004

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Supports Bush, But Criticism OKI agree with Assemblyman Dov Hikind that George W. Bush seems the best choice for the Jewish community (“No Choice But Bush, op-ed, Jan. 23). I do think, however, that Hikind presents a rather simplistic critique of the Democratic candidates’ campaign statements. After all, while it’s true that we are at […]

 

Posted on: February 20th, 2004

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Case StudyMemo to reader Joan Borenstein, whose anti-Bush rant was an amazing case study in liberal denial (‘Jail to the Chief?’ Letters, Jan. 16):The governments of Germany, Russia, France, England, Israel and China were in agreement with the U.S. that Saddam possessed weapons of mass destruction. The Clinton administration was convinced Iraq not only had […]

 

Posted on: February 13th, 2004

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Hail To The ChiefI enjoyed reading William Rapfogel’s account of receiving a personal check from President Bush for the work of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty (‘An Envelope From Texas,’ op-ed, Jan. 9).I?ve always had a warm feeling for President Bush. He seems very down to earth, sincere, and he sure makes the right […]

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Posted on: February 4th, 2004

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Posted on: January 30th, 2004

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Out Of The AshesA firefighter found a sefer Tehillim at ground zero. The name inside is Avraham Binyamin Shapiro (it may be Spira). If anyone knows whom this may belong to, please contact meby either sending a letter to 9 Dorset Road, Spring Valley, NY 10977; by calling me at work (908-582-5384); or by e-mailing […]

 

Posted on: January 25th, 2004

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’Activist’ Doesn’tMean LiberalI really enjoyed reading “Fighting Carter: Memories Of 1980″ (op-ed, Dec. 19). As a college activist, I particularly appreciated how it demonstrated that not everyone of my age group – and this was as true in 1980 as it is in 2003 - is necessarily a liberal.We often picture in our minds young people […]

 

Posted on: January 16th, 2004

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Adelson Will Be MissedWith a deep sense of sorrow and loss, I must express my sadness to the family and friends of Professor Howard Adelson, a”h, and to all the staff of The Jewish Press.This reader regularly enjoyed and appreciated his insightful analysis, his sharp efficient writing style, and his mince-no-words approach to the issues […]

 

Posted on: January 9th, 2004

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Jimmy’s ‘Final Solution’Your Dec. 5 front page article on Jimmy Carter’s speech in Geneva neglected to mention his most chilling sentence.‘Had I been elected to a second term,’ said Carter, ‘with the prestige and authority and influence and reputation I had in the region, we could have moved to a final solution.’His choice of words […]

 

Posted on: January 2nd, 2004

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Remove Settlements NowI agree with those people who say that settlements should be uprooted. I also agree that Arabs and Jews cannot live together and that the settlements are a provocation and a source of friction. However, I differ with them on just which “settlements” we are talking about. The settlements that should be removed […]

 

Posted on: December 24th, 2003

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Where’s The Outrage?Kudos to Rabbi Yehuda Levin for his on-target op-ed article regarding the silence of Orthodox organizations as the homosexuals prepare to take over Jerusalem for ten days (“Defiling the Courtyard of the King,” Nov. 21).At what point will the Agudah, the OU and Young Israel at least issue a statement of protest? Are […]

 

Posted on: December 19th, 2003

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A Vote For BushGeorge Rubin’s letter last week (“Second Term For W?”) responding to Craig Bergman (“Don’t Prove Baker Right,” Letters, October 31) was way off the mark. I was taken with the Bergman letter’s reasoned appeal to Jewish voters to abandon their blind obeisance to the Democratic Party. He did not, as Rubin charged, […]

 

Posted on: December 12th, 2003

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Lopsided ExchangeOnce again the government of Israel has demonstrated that, contrary to the oft-repeated mantra about not making deals with terrorists, it in fact deals with terrorists all the time – and on lopsided terms in favor of the bad guys.I really do feel for the families who would like the return of their loved […]

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