Letters to the editor
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In the past two weeks, tens of thousands of Palestinian “protesters,” organized by Hamas,  encroached on the Israeli/Gaza border. In their attempts to infiltrate Israel,  they … more
In February 2018, I attended the national annual conference of the Association of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS).  AJAS, founded in 1960 and headquartered in Washington, D.C.,  is an … more
Thank you for printing the article “Bringing Joy and Therapy to Hospice Patients through Jewish Music.” We were very happy to see the well-written piece, making more people aware … more
I read with interest the article by Geraldine Foster, “The Jewish Orphanage of R.I.: ‘A Cherished Institution’.”  Indeed cherished! My two uncles, Saul and … more
I never used the words “proof” or “evidence” in my recent submission to The Jewish Voice on “A Jewish Forgetting of Ben Franklin,” yet these words suddenly … more
I differ sharply with the opinion of Ron Kampeas in the Feb. 16 issue of the Voice. He quotes a known Jewish liberal Daniel Seidemann who states that what seems to be driving our Mideast foreign … more
I read the article in last week’s edition of the Jewish Voice by Mr. Sales regarding the immigration ban. It is really disturbing to hear people like him and other liberal Jews criticize … more
Shlomo Carlebach is dead and cannot defend himself against his accusers and their allegations, yet his music is being banned and his name declared unspeakable in some synagogues. This points up … more
Rabbi Rosenberg’s column edition explained the situation perfectly. Yes, there have been other people than Jews in  Jerusalem for thousands of years and they should be part of the … more
A few years ago, while reading Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography, I remember thinking what a mensch he was in describing his method of self-improvement. After reading Afsai’s … more
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