Keyword: Peter Wolf
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(re: “Why is it so hard to see what’s right in front of you?” Sept. 22) This will be my last missive on the Israel-Palestine issue, in response to the Jeselsohns and Charles Moerdler.  (We have to stop meeting this way!)  more
To the editor: (re: “Taking a look at the whole story,” Sept. 15) Israel has become a hot-button topic and the various back-and–forths between Peter Wolf and the various writers who have responded to his attacks on Israel — yes, Aryeh Jeselsohn is my husband — could go on endlessly and fruitlessly. more
To the editor: (re: “Pro-BDS rants have a ring of familiarity to them,” “Who are the real villains here?” Aug. 11) In their recent postings, Charles Moerdler and Aryeh Jeselsohn take me to task regarding boycott, divestment and sanctions, as well as antisemitism. Unfortunately and conveniently, they don’t really address the issues I raised.  more
To the editor: (re: “A deeper look at BDS, antisemitism and reality,” Aug. 4) Some remarks and a reaction to Peter Wolf’s Point of View in a recent edition of The Riverdale Press. more
(re: “A deeper look at BDS, antisemitism and reality,” Aug. 4) Revealingly ignoring undeniable Russian butchery of Ukrainian civilians, China’s oppression of Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps, and Iranian and Syrian ethnic cleansing, Peter Wolf again directs his ire at Jews. He invokes misplaced moral principles to baselessly justify the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement’s assault on Israel and Jewry in an uninformed and inaccurate exegesis that seeks to warrant the savagery of those, like Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad, who mindlessly kill and maim Israeli civilians. more
By PETER WOLF   G iven the large Jewish population in and around Riverdale, concerns about antisemitism is understandable. But the equation of antisemitism with groups opposed to … more
Charles Moerdler writes movingly of the horrors of the Holocaust and the narrow escape his mother made with her young son — himself. more
Alvin Gordon raises the question of the murder of Black children by their peers, although he seems mainly interested in using this to attack Black organizations while ignoring the myriad groups that work to prevent such violence. more
This is my response to Alvin Gordon’s response to my response to Mr. Gordon’s Point of View — did I leave anything out? more
It’s hard to know what to make of Alvin Gordon’s Point of View. It is a mixture of falsehoods, bizarre distortions, irrational fears and rage — at Black people, Black communities and Black leaders. more
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