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Letters to the Ledger

Letters to the Ledger

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In support of the Hartford JCRC

June 24th, 2011 | by Judie Jacobson

Congratulations to the Hartford JCRC for allowing the myriad of Jewish voices to be heard. I believe that if history is a guide, the greatest danger to Judaism and the Jewish people is sinat chinam, “gratuitous ... Read More


Letters to the Ledger

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J Street should be shunned

June 14th, 2011 | by JLedger

I applaud your editorial.   Although J Street is beyond all reasonable doubt a treacherous and deceitful organization deserving only of opprobrium, few of prominence in our community have had the courage and decency to speak openly ... Read More


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A salute to Rabbi David Sobel

June 14th, 2011 | by JLedger

When I was a chaplain in the Air Force, immediately after my ordination in 1974, I was sent to the Philippines. I was told I would also be “circuit-riding,” providing Jewish chaplain coverage to bases in ... Read More


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Rabbi Jacobs is indefensible

May 25th, 2011 | by JLedger

Rabbi Orkand’s defense of Rabbi Richard Jacobs as President of the Union for Reform Judaism rings hollow (Letters, May 13). He realized the concerns of many Reform Jews the moment he bundled participation in J Street ... Read More


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New allocations system is flawed

April 12th, 2011 | by JLedger

We are writing to express our great disappointment in the new allocations system that will be utilized by the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford (“Hartford Federation Introduces New Allocations Process,” April 8, 2011).  It appears that ... Read More


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Paying tribute to Hava Dunn

April 12th, 2011 | by JLedger

I was surprised to read an article about the forty years of Solomon Schecter School (“At 40, West Hartford Day School Looks Back…and Moves Forward,” April 8, 2011) without one word about the person who made ... Read More


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