Sudan Still Needs the Jewish Community: Your August 14 editorial “Save Sudan” explained in great nuance the complexities of the situation in Darfur.
Those Who Wish To Receive Organs Must Also Give: The issues relating to Jews and organ transplants are indeed troublesome (“How Kidneys Are Bought and Sold on Black Market,” August 7).
Let’s Not Let Norway Off Too Easy: Your August 7 editorial “Norway and the Holocaust” cites Norway’s condemnation of Knut Hamsun, its pro-Nazi Nobel laureate in literature, in responding to critics of Norway’s chairmanship of the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance, and Rebirth.
In his July 17 column “Who Is an Israeli?” Leonard Fein states that “Israelis haven’t a clue as to how to think about, let alone deal with, their society’s diversity.”
This They Call Leadership?: It was more than a little dismaying to read of the meeting between a delegation of representatives of Jewish organizations and President Obama (“Jewish Leaders Give Obama No Push-Back on Settlement Freeze,” July 24).