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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Friday, August 18, 2017

JV Editorial

Dear Editor:

I read your recent piece about “Rabbi” Lynn Gottlieb, and was in shock! How could anybody claiming to represent Judaism, all the more so a “progressive” Judaism, hold such decidedly backward views?

When I vote in November, several factors come in to consideration: The candidates’ policies, their professional qualifications, the strength of their character…. Religion is at the bottom of the list. It’s barely even on the list!

It’s really only a factor insomuch as I couldn’t see myself voting for an avowed Atheist. I’m sure I speak for a lot of my fellow Jews when I say it’s better to be led by a believer. Jew, Christian, Mormon, it’s not important. We’re voting for someone to lead the government of the United States, not to

The wave of terror sweeping the Mid-East has two sets of victims: Those murdered by the “protestors,” and those living in the Arab countries who aren’t completely out of their minds (like the gent pictured above). We don’t think it’s degrading to either to feel sympathy for both.So, earlier this month, on September 11, hundreds of Egyptian malcontents swarmed the American Embassy in Cairo, scaled its walls, tore down the U.S. flag and raised an Islamist one in its place. The protestors themselves would have us believe that this is a more or less spontaneous outburst inspired by an anti-Islam film, which, though it wasn’t produced or in any way condoned by the U.S. government, was made by people in the United States, so that’s pretty much the same thing, right?

Since, the Cairo

The Warwick New York Hotel, the place for visiting Mid-Eastern despots.Apparently the folks at the Warwick Hotel believe that the returns from hosting a would-be genocidal dictator are worth more than the negative publicity such an act brings. We at the Jewish Voice call upon our readers to help us prove them wrong!

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmedinejad is speaking at the U.N. again this month, but that certainly doesn’t mean he needs to receive luxury accommodations in the heart of Manhattan. It’s shameful enough that Iran’s lunatic-in-chief, who simultaneously

As Rosh Hashanah, the Day of Judgment, approaches, we at the Jewish Voice find ourselves ready to celebrate, and yet full of trepidation. Geopolitical events over the last year serve to reinforce the latter.

All over the Arab world, despotic regimes have been overthrown in the name of freedom, to be replaced with… even more despotic regimes, but this time with the added spice of religious fanaticism. You know the expression “if worse comes to worst”? That is literally what is taking place in

Sheldon Silver, Speaker of the New York State AssemblyIt’s one thing to cover for a co-worker. But keeping a colleague’s personal escapades quiet with the liberal application of hush money, when ethics regulations demand otherwise, is completely unacceptable.

Assemblyman Shelly Silver’s admission of moral culpability in keeping a lid on the sexual harassment case against Assemblyman Vito Lopez may prove too little, too late.

It seems that harassment charges against Lopez were dropped after a settlement was reached, with Sheldon’s involvement, to