The Jewish community would be well advised to heed Gary Rosenblatt’s call for restraint in criticizing our own (“Advocacy Gone Awry,” March 18). Upon my return from a recent trip to Israel, a friend asked me if I had been to the “settlements.” I replied: “Sure! I visited a place called Dizengoff Square.”
“Dizengoff Square?” he said, astonished. “That’s in the center of Tel Aviv!”
“To Hamas, that’s the settlements!” I replied.
Today it’s Itamar. Tomorrow, it’s Tel Aviv.