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Mr. Rosenblum makes a few good points in his piece “About Those Benjamins,” appearing in the May 1, 2019 issue, especially about current politics in the US.
I do not agree with his assessment of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is exactly what this country needs. Bringing anti- Semitism into the US Congress is not only outrageous, it is counter productive.
Lastly, Mr. Rosenblum states that “Zionists want it all, as a biblical right.” I’m a Zionist. I believe in the state of Israel and it’s right to exist. Many people I know feel the same way. We do not, however, believe that the settlements are right or that annexation is the way to go. Lumping all Zionists into one bundle is inaccurate and a ridiculous attempt make a very grey situation black and white.
R. Beth Klopott, Ph.D.