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    Dear Editor
    So for those paying for
    your kids’ Yeshivas….
    what are you doing going
    forward? Most Yeshivas
    probably won’t open till
    September. The teachers
    are doing an amazing job
    under the circumstances,
    and the Yeshivas are doing the best they can and
    should be commended.
    But with most of our income now cut short and
    budgets being so limited, I’m finding it hard
    to justify continuing to
    pay these institutions for
    an hour or two of online
    school work per day. But
    of course the teachers
    need to get paid as well.
    Not sure what’s the right
    thing to do here. Curious
    to see what others have
    to say.

    Editor’s Note: I think
    we have more pressing
    things to worry about.
    Let us hope people get
    healthy from their sickness and money can be
    dealt with later.



    Dear Editor
    When is this going to
    end? There is only so
    much entertaining I can
    do with my kids?
    D. Kensington
    Editor’s Note: We are all
    in this together and we
    are all hoping and praying for the same results.
    Dear Editor Why are the
    local supermarkets still
    charging for plastic bags
    and cardboard boxes?
    Didnt they postpone
    the plastic bag ban for
    at least a few months?
    I thought they said that
    the reusable bags can
    bring about the caronavirus?
    SR from Flatbush

    Editor’s Note: It is pure
    Chaos. Hopefully our
    Goverbnent will learn
    that saving the environment from platic bags
    does not save lives..



    Dear Editor What am I
    supposed to do with my
    family this Chol Hamoed? Its usually the time
    we go to a concert or go
    to a museum. Bored in
    Boro Park Editor’s Note:
    Hashem will help that
    you will have so many
    options that you won’t
    know what to choose.


    Dear Editor I just want
    to tell you that The Jewish Vues is definitely the
    best weekly publication. I think it gets better
    every week. My family loves the paper and
    looks forward to it every
    week. Keep up the good
    work & have a safe &
    HEALTHY Pesach!
    SG/Boro Park

    Editor’s Note: Thanks
    for your kind words. We
    hope that we are helping alleviate the difficult
    times we are in.


    Dear Editor
    You called someone
    “schizophrenic when
    it comes to politics”.
    What does that even

    Editor’s Note: One who
    changes his mind about
    politics every few minutes. One letter this guy
    is a Republican and the
    next one he is a Democrat!


    Dear Editor:
    Yeah, but it’s seriously
    shady what is being
    done with Tulsi Gabbard. The news media
    are actively suppressing
    her, omitting her from
    their reports. That is the
    only reason she is polling low: they are trying to make sure people
    don’t hear about her at
    all. I don’t agree with
    her policies, but I think
    she deserves some respect, considering that
    she is a war veteran
    (and the last non-senile
    non-communist standing).

    Editor’s Note: At this
    point she dropped out of
    the race so it is too late.


    Dear Editor:
    A leading American Zionist
    organization has condemned J
    Street’s decision to partner with
    CODEPINK and other anti-Israel extremist organizations in
    a call for the immediate end to
    U.S. sanctions against Iran.
    “We condemn this flagrant
    display of moral-blindness by
    J Street. This is a time of increased anti-Semitism throughout the Islamic world and especially in Iran. Israel’s enemies
    are working to spread dark conspiracy theories blaming Israel
    for the spread of Coronavirus
    and this incitement is on daily
    display in the Middle East. For
    that reason alone it is shameful that J Street would elect to
    partner with CODEPINK,” said
    Karma Feinstein Cohen, the Executive Director of Herut North
    On March 20, J Street was the
    only Jewish organization to sign
    a letter using the Covid-19 crisis
    as an excuse to pressure President Trump and members of
    his Cabinet to forget about the
    existential threat Iran poses to
    Israel and the region on its own
    and through its proxy terrorist
    armies. J Street’s letter said in
    part that it calls for “suspending
    many of the sanctions imposed
    by your administration since
    May 2018 for a period of at least
    120 days, including those sanctions affecting Iran’s financial
    and oil sectors and its civilian
    industries.” ]
    “J Street, the controversial
    Washington, D.C. based Jewish
    pressure group, was created specifically, and almost exclusively, to lobby for an independent
    Palestinian state, and has since
    morphed into being the “goto” organization when Israel’s
    harshest critics need a Jewish
    organization to partner with and
    make their radical projects and
    statements appear kosher,” said
    Herut North America’s National
    Director Moshe Phillips.
    Before the J Street / CODEPINK letter was distributed Foreign Policy reported that members of the Iranian regime were
    blaming Israel for Coronavirus
    calling it a “Zionist biological
    terrorist attack.”
    The next day, after J Street’s letter with CODEPINK was issued
    CODEPINK’s National Co-Director, Ariel Gold, tweeted “Israel is culpable for every coronavirus death in Gaza.”
    “If J Street continues on this
    trajectory of forging alliances
    with Israel-bashers, American
    Jewish leaders will be forced
    to evaluate what place J Street
    is entitled to in the organized
    Jewish community, if any at
    all,” said Herut’s Moshe Phillips. “As far back as 2013
    the ADL listed CODEPINK in its report on the
    “top ten anti-Israel groups
    in the U.S.” and Street
    should have known better than to cosign any letter with CODEPINK and
    its allies–many of whom
    are just as infamous for
    their Israel hate. Perhaps
    some at J Street may have
    realized that they crossed
    a line here; as of now J
    Street makes no reference to the letter on the
    consistently updated press
    release page on their website.”

    Editor’s Note: Thanks for
    keep us updated. We need
    to fight Anti-Semitism..



    Dear Editor:
    Several of the men I’ve
    spoken with have expressed the sentiment that
    now that they can daven
    at home without any pressure of the tzibbur or having to run out to work, they find
    it much better for their kavannah
    and pronunciation of the words.
    One even told me that this is the
    first in a long time that he was
    able to say EVERY word of the
    long tachanun on Monday. Does
    your Tefillah seem to be benefiting from this quarantine?

    Editor’s Note: When we are able
    to daven with a minyan agai we
    hope we will all Daven a little
    better and slower…


    Dear Editor:
    How many first borns out there
    realized they may not have a siyum to attend this erev pesach?

    Editor’s Note: Start learning
    now or hopefully the Rabbis
    will pasken that one can hear a
    siyum on the phone…


    Dear Editor:
    A lesson directly from the Ribono Shel Olam: A backyard Chasuna and a Chasuna, Bar Mitzvah or any other simcha with
    “only” 50 people or a backyard
    Chasuna and a basement Bar
    Mitzvah or a living room Bris
    is just as effective, beautiful and
    worthwhile as 500 person wedding in a fancy hall with the best
    caterer and musicians.
    No need for fancy halls, musicians, photographers, flowers,
    catering and all the other narishkeiten.
    Even afternoon Chasunas ending in the every early evening
    are all the rage again! Back in
    the alte heim before the war it
    was common to make Chasunas
    on Friday afternoon/Shabbos

    Editor’s Note: Yup we hope
    there will be a cut down on too
    expensive weddings people get
    into a lot of debt as a result of