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In the recent article regarding The Jewish Center and its newest Rabbi, Rabbi Daniel Fridman (“Jewish Center of Teaneck Welcomes Rabbi Daniel Fridman,” September 8), you listed various other organizations that rent space in the building. Your article erroneously reported that SINAI’s high school relocated from TABC to the Jewish Center. As the current director of
Domestic Violence Article Makes
Irresponsible Proposal I was disturbed by the article written by Ms. Stefani Jeffreys (“How to Help Those Touched by Domestic Violence,” August 25, 2016). In the article she refers to “a new movement of women holding out on their husband to help their friends get a get.
Thanks for the Shoes, Jewish Link and Bergen County Communities
On behalf of the Fair Lawn Chapter of Hadassah, I would like to thank the Jewish Link community, the Fair Lawn community as well as the many people from the surrounding towns in Bergen County for donating shoes to
Take a Lesson From Chelm
This week’s edition announced the State of Israel’s plan to dump hundreds of millions of dollars of cement deep around the 60-mile border with Gaza to prevent infiltration tunnels (“New Underground Concrete Barrier to Encircle Gaza, Stop Terror Tunnels,”
Your recent editorial, “The ‘Red’ Flag of Philadelphia” (July 28, 2016), about the Democratic National Convention coping with a splinter group that was disruptive, is true. It is also true that some of the group-held views were anti-Israel.
However, they did not control the
Dear Mrs. Pfeiffer,
Thank you for sharing the story “A Letter Without a Stamp” (July 7, 2016). I was very touched and deeply moved (at times to tears) to read about such genuine and loving people, such as Harry and George (and you and your Lutheran supervisor).
I cut the article out of the paper because for me it is an anchor to authenticity, to
Councilman Jason Castle was quoted in the Bergen Record on March 4 as saying, "Everybody assumes that campaigns cost thousands upon thousands of dollars, but they don't." I find it conflicting that Castle would state that and also state in the same article that he "had not taken part in the day to day administrative tasks." Which one is it? Either Councilman
‘Thank You’ to Chai Lifeline
Regarding “In Englewood This Shabbat, ‘C’ Is for Chai Lifeline” (March 31, 2016), the Jewish Link carried a front-page article written by Bracha Schwartz that was inspiring, joyful and informative. Having heard Lori Schlakman speak on Shabbat
Let’s Return to the Constitutional Track
This super-charged election season provides all Americans the incredible opportunity to use the leverage of their vote to prevail on Congress to set our nation back onto the Constitutional Track, which we left due to an unconstitutional