The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMENT & ANALYSIS -

If the Bri­tish had fol­lowed “The ha­lachic duty to avoid civil­ian ca­su­al­ties” ( JC, May 9), and had re­fused to car­pet-bomb cities in Ger­many, a na­tion vowed on de­stroy­ing Bri­tain, be­cause it was “col­lec­tive pun­ish­ment” and was killing “in­no­cent civil­ians”, we’d be all be speak­ing Ger­man now — those of us that sur­vived. Am­non Gold­berg Safed, Is­rael Please note that in­di­vid­ual let­ters can­not be ac­knowl­edged. Let­ters may be edited. The email ad­dress for cor­re­spon­dence is: let­ters@thejc.com. All cor­re­spon­dents are re­quested to sup­ply their postal ad­dress, even when writ­ing by email.

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