Editorial & Opinion | Letters

09/17/2014 | | Letters

Regarding Gary Rosenblatt’s Sept. 12 column, “Israel Land Grab, More Than Bad Timing,” I am not one those supporters who cringed upon hearing [of Israel’s claim on nearly 1,000 acres of land in the West Bank], I was delirious with joy.

09/17/2014 | | Letters

Gary Rosenblatt is mistaken to refer to the Israeli designation of 988 acres of land in the Etzion bloc south of Jerusalem as a “grab,” nor does this drive “another nail into the fading prospect of a peace deal with the Palestinians” (“Israel’s West Bank Grab, More Than Bad Timing,” Sep. 12).

09/10/2014 | | Letters

Ted Merwin came close to recognizing the problem, but missed the point in his essay, “The End Of Jewish Liberalism?” (Aug. 29)

09/10/2014 | | Letters

Congratulations, you hit the nail on the head with that [page 1] headline, “Cease-Fire Hinges On Strength Of Abbas” (Aug. 29).

09/10/2014 | | Letters

I totally disagree with Robert Einhorn’s optimistic perspective on the negotiations to terminate Iran’s nuclear capability (“Iran Arms Expert: Progress Seen In Talks,” Aug. 8).

09/10/2014 | | Letters

Erica Brown’s timely and insightful essay, “Alone Again” (Sept. 5), describes a reality that a majority of Jews simply refuse to acknowledge.