Letters to the editor
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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
Dear Geraldine, “Why Young Montreal?” Your delightful article brought great pleasure to Monty’s daughter (my 90-year-old mother) and Monty’s grandchildren, including me, … more
Rabbi Jim Rosenberg’s column initially and eloquently itemizes the many reasons Jerusalem rightfully occupies a central place in the Jewish psyche (both historically and personally) since King … more
In the most recent Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center (SBHEC) newsletter, under Education Committee News, there was some confusion with regard to the Education Committee of the SBHEC and the … more
Though it would seem to have little real practical effect, since President Donald Trump announced moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem my inbox has had many passionate messages either celebrating or … more
My son and I recently attempted to make the Blue Crinkle Cookies. What a disaster! We measured the ingredients carefully and followed the directions as stated; however the step that indicated … more
On behalf of the Rhode Island Coalition for Israel (RICI), Christians and Jews working together in support of the nation of Israel, I want to publicly thank Rep. David Cicilline for his support and … more
I just reread Charles Bakst’s excellent article on growing up in Fall River, and would indeed be remiss if I didn’t add a few comments. After all, similar to Proust’s madeleine, his … more
I read Russell D. Raskin’s reaction to “10 Commandments of the Religious Reasonable” (Oct. 13) with great interest, albeit not agreement. Just like the millions of people of faith … more
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