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Letters

Are Blue Laws Still Warranted and Relevant?

So it took the Jeopardy TV Game show to once again highlight the absurdity of the blue laws that still exist only in Bergen County. It was not surprising that no one on the panel could respond correctly to what the blue laws mean since the mandate promulgated in the 1600s on blue paper in colonial times is no longer relevant to anyone’s

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Englewood’s Sylvia Berger Urgently Needs a Kidney

My name is Sylvia Berger. Many of you know me as a grandmother, mother, wife, long-term member of our synagogue and volunteer in this community for over 40 years. You may remember me as a parent of four in Yavneh Academy (Tamar, Ilan, Ari and Shiri), as co-owner of This Is It Boutique in Englewood, as Fair Lawn Hadassah’s past president

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Let Us Recognize the Importance of the AFSP

As you may recall, our family lost our talented, brilliant, giving son, Eric Eliezer Levenson, to suicide on February 4, 2016.

I first became aware of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) in the month following Eric’s death, as I saw advertisements on buses and trains. My family has

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13 Reasons Not to Run an Advertisement

I found the advertisement in the May 18 issue on page G1 for the Tehillim Kollel to be disingenuous at best, sakanat nefashot(endangering a life) at worst.

The headline says: “Tehillim Cured our Daughter’s Depression.” In a world of TL;DR, people may not realize that it was psychological

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Let’s Get Resources to Help Those Who Stutter

I would like to comment on your most interesting article “Did Moses Have a Speech Impediment: Part 1” (May 18, 2017). Rather than cite numerous sources, I just want to say that a Google search of the words “Moses stuttering” yields countless sources affirming that he had a stuttering problem.

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A More Anguished ‘Lonely Woman of Faith’

For women in Orthodox Judaism, there are many paths toward faith. And in her article “ Am I a Lonely Woman of Faith?” (May 18, 2017) my friend Elizabeth Kratz describes one of those

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‘Lonely Woman of Faith’ Points Out OU’s Glaring Lack of Roles for Women in Communal Leadership

I read Elizabeth Kratz’s editorial “ Am I a Lonely Woman of Faith?” (May 18, 2017) with interest. I’d like to suggest that it is based on at least two unstated, and quite debatable,

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American Academy of Pediatrics Does Not Recommend Private Cord Blood Banking

I am writing in reference to what appears to be an article in your health section titled “Why More Jewish Parents Are Banking Cord Blood,” (May 25, 2017). By the end of the article it becomes apparent that this is an advertisement, but it is essential that this be made more apparent from the start because the American Academy of

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‘Lonely Woman of Faith’ Rightly Expresses Values

Kudos to The Jewish Link for publishing Elizabeth Kratz’s magnificent essay, “Am I a Lonely Woman of Faith?” (May 18, 2017). It is one of the best pieces we have ever read in your paper.

Mrs. Kratz rightly takes to task journalists who, rather than seeking the truth from all corners, simply (and

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Ad’s Message Must Be Considered

I was disappointed to see your recent advertisement entitled “Tehilim Cured Our Daughter’s Depression.” I recognize that your target audience is Orthodox Jewish, and that prayer is a component of faith, but the title is simplistic and silly at best, and quite offensive and hurtful at worst. Think of the message it

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Support School Choice in NJ in the June Election

New Jerseyans are the first in the country to have the opportunity to begin to tear down this wallthat prevents parents from providing their children with quality education that meets their needs, talents and faith. Thanks to several courageous New Jersey legislators, ours is the first state to have a bill that conforms precisely to the Universal School

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It Was the Height of Hypocrisy

I wasn’t sure whether to laugh in pain or cry out loud in response to UNESCO’s resolution calling Israel an “occupying power” and [saying] any Israeli efforts to assert sovereignty over Jerusalem are “null and must be rescinded,” on Israel’s Independence Day, no less. The hypocrisy and outrageous accusation

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