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Editorial & Opinion | Letters

06/21/2016 - 22:33 | | Letters

The “two-state solution” has long been dead. Polls of Arabs in Judea and Samaria clearly indicate that nothing short of a one-state solution — the eradication of Israel and the “return” of the Nakba “refugees” — will please them. Until and unless there is an Arab leadership to end the campaign of hatred against Israel, there is no hope of a peaceful solution.

06/21/2016 - 22:32 | | Letters

In the June 10 issue of The Jewish Week, no fewer than five articles address various aspects of the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) campaign against Israel’s legitimacy. I was disappointed, but sadly not surprised, that none of them mentioned the importance of the progressive Zionist voice in combating these attacks.

06/21/2016 - 22:31 | | Letters

Gary Rosenblatt wrote an impassioned message to our college-bound youth about their Jewish identity, which I applaud (“For Grads, Lean On Heritage In Campus Wars,” June 10).

06/21/2016 - 22:30 | | Letters

Joshua Mitnick’s acidic page one article (“New ‘Schisms’ On Jerusalem Day,” June 10) is in complete variance to what we witnessed at the Jerusalem Day flag march in and around the Old City. We saw thousands of proud, enthusiastic Israelis — teens, schoolchildren, families — focused on the miracle of a reunified Jerusalem. We did not witness any harassment of Arabs.

06/15/2016 - 08:48 | | Letters

The “two-state solution” has long been dead. Polls of Arabs in Judea and Samaria clearly indicate that nothing short of a one-state solution — the eradication of Israel and the “return” of the Nakba “refugees” — will please them. Until and unless there is an Arab leadership to end the campaign of hatred against Israel, there is no hope of a peaceful solution.

06/15/2016 - 08:46 | | Letters

In the June 10 issue of The Jewish Week, no fewer than five articles address various aspects of the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) campaign against Israel’s legitimacy. I was disappointed, but sadly not surprised, that none of them mentioned the importance of the progressive Zionist voice in combating these attacks.