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03/11/2015 | | Letters

Rabbi Joshua Davidson writes “neither Esther nor Ahasuerus are true heroes in the
Purim story” (“Purim Drama In Washington Has No Heroes,” Opinion online).

03/11/2015 | | Letters

I read that the de Blasio administration and a coalition of rabbinical
leaders have seemingly met in the middle over the controversial circumcision
ritual of metzitzah b’peh (“Charedi Leader Opens Door On Metzitzah,” March 6).

03/11/2015 | | Letters

There has rightly been a good deal of coverage in these pages of the
political fallout from Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to Congress. But
there has been less analysis of the content of the speech itself. And, in
fact, while Bibi’s speech was rhetorically superb, it was also full of
contradictions and lacking in actual substance or new ideas.

03/11/2015 | | Letters

Gary Rosenblatt (“Fear and Loathing In The Jewish World,” column, March 6) argued that a “toxic atmosphere” has been created in the American Jewish community by a recent New York Times ad sharply criticizing an Obama administration official, and some individuals strongly disagreeing with the policies of several left-leaning Jewish organizations.

03/11/2015 | | Letters

In his column, “Fear And Loathing In The Jewish World” (March 6), Gary Rosenblatt treats Benjamin Netanyahu quite unfairly. I
believe the piece exhibits intellectual dishonesty.

03/11/2015 | | Letters

Your March 6 Editorial, “Bibi, Obama and Purim,” depicts an interesting analogy in its questions and
answers. Regrettably, it lapses in certain alleged assumptions.