Editorial & Opinion | Letters

05/20/2015 | | Letters

In his article last week (“Nostra Aetate’s Impact, 50 Years On”), Noam Marans wrote about the dramatic
positive effects of the Vatican II document Nostra Aetate.

05/20/2015 | | Letters

Irwin Wall doubts Israel’s motives for helping earthquake victims in Nepal
(Letters, May 15).

At the end of his letter Mr. Wall calls Israel an occupying power. He totally
forgets the history of how Israel, after the Six-Day War of 1967, offered a total withdrawal from the West Bank in exchange for a peace treaty.

05/20/2015 | | Letters

There has been much ado once again about the inclusion of the New Israel Fund (NIF) and affiliates in the Salute to Israel Parade, taking place May 31. This year, the parade requires that participants disavow BDS.

05/13/2015 | | Letters

Regarding the Editorial, “The First Genocide, A Century Later,” April 24): The Armenian Genocide is denied to this day by the rulers of Turkey, and they have turned a deaf ear to the world leaders who recognize this tragedy.

05/13/2015 | | Letters

Thank you, Gary Rosenblatt, for writing such an important column (“With New Coalition, Setbacks Feared On Religious Freedoms,” Editor’s column, May 8).

05/13/2015 | | Letters

I appreciated the inclusion of opposing viewpoints on the Iran issue in the
April 17 issue. However, I feel that I must take issue with Edith
Everett’s blind support for Obama’s framework
(“Why The Iran Deal Makes Sense,” Opinion).