Lean­ing right

Jerusalem Post - - FRONTLINES -

around the world? What about an un­der­stand­ing that the Holo­caust could not have hap­pened had there been an Is­rael, and recog­ni­tion that Is­rael moves to pro­tect Jews world­wide?

As to Is­rael hav­ing “re­neged” on a prom­ise to build a mixed-gen­der plaza at the Ko­tel, that plaza ex­ists and has for some time now. Any Jew can come and pray in a mixed-gen­der group. What was with­drawn was a prom­ise on pe­riph­eral is­sues. ARLENE KUSHNER

Jerusalem

In your Oc­to­ber 4 edi­to­rial “BDS ab­sur­di­ties,” you write that “the Pales­tini­ans have cho­sen to sup­port an in­tran­si­gent po­lit­i­cal lead­er­ship .... ”

What about our lead­er­ship? We have Ben­jamin Ne­tanyahu, Yariv Levin, Ze’ev Elkin, Naf­tali Ben­nett and other gov­ern­ment min­is­ters who pro­claim that we will never sep­a­rate from Judea and Sa­maria (and some 2.5 mil­lion Pales­tini­ans, I might add) and that a Pales­tinian state will never come into be­ing.

What can one ex­pect from a right-lean­ing news­pa­per?

GILLAM KEINAN

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