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11/09/2016 - 13:24 | | Letters

Sadly, I predict what will follow [the election] is deeper division (“After The Endorsement Came The Comments,” Oct. 28).

11/09/2016 - 13:23 | | Letters

Re: “After The Endorsement Came The Comments,” Editor’s column, Oct. 28: Above all, our unique and unparalleled American democracy must survive and thrive. I doubt it would remain healthy under a Trump administration.

11/09/2016 - 13:22 | | Letters

Re: “Why Donald Trump Is Worse Than An Anti-Semite,” Opinion, Oct. 28: Unfortunately, all my fellow Jews were told to vote Democrat when they landed in Ellis Island and nothing has change ever since. We are not capable of making our own decision, even knowing that the Democratic candidate for president is a crook.
Voting Democrat may cost us the State of Israel.

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11/09/2016 - 13:21 | | Letters

I was already shocked by The Jewish Week’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton (Editorial, Oct. 14), ignoring all her known negatives as well as her ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and her advocacy for mass Muslim immigration.

11/02/2016 - 10:48 | Letters

It was disheartening to read the statements by Kenneth Bialkin, whom you identify as “a longtime national Jewish leader,” excusing Donald Trump’s tape-recorded boasts about sexually assaulting women. According to Bialkin, Trump was “tricked into saying” what he said and, in any event, “he’s now at a different age … that was then and this is now” (“Repulsed By Trump Tape But Sticking With Him,” Oct. 14).

11/02/2016 - 10:30 | | Letters

I was intrigued by two Oct. 28 Letters to the Editor regarding the Oct. 14 Opinion piece, “On Israel, The Sane Center Must Speak With Passion.”