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Here the letter the Jewish Voice and Opinion refused to print
Here's the response to the one sided article that appeared in the April edition of the Jewish Voice and Opinion, that was sent to Susan Rosenbluth, editor of the Jewish Voice and Opinion.
After many emails and excuses, Ms. Rosenbluth "suggested" that the article be run as a paid full page advertisement instead of as an article. When Vaad L'Mishmeres Bris Kodesh agreed to pay the $450.00 full page ad fee, Ms. Rosenbluth reneged on her offer to print the article as a paid advertisement, citing the concerns of her attorney. Ms. Rosenbluth and her attorney also had no qualms of about publishing the full name, along with testimony, and pictures of an alleged child sexual assault victim, both as a child and adult, in violation of New Jersey State law, in the very same issue in which she helped Dr. Tendler libel Rav Fisher. Is the Tendler Family a major shareholder in your publication, Ms. Rosenbluth? Please call or write Ms. Rosenbluth, and ask for an explanation of the paper's clear double standard. She can be reached at (201) 569-2845 or (201) 569-1739, or you can firstname.lastname@example.org While Ms. Rosenbluth seems very clear on getting the facts out to counteract the slander of Rabbi Mordechai Tendler, she has no such similar concerns about the slander or Rav Fisher, which her publication has helped to perpetuate. Here are the FACTS with which she has chosen not to concern herself.
"Christie has honored imams with either terrorist ties or who have sympathies for radical Islam," Susan Rosenbluth, the long-time publisher and editor of The Jewish Voice told Newsmax.
"He claims to be pro-Israel but at other times hugs Obama," Rosenbluth said.
Susan Rosenbluth, publisher of the New Jersey-based Jewish Voice and Opinion wrote that "a number of Arab-American constituents have come out with outrageous attacks on Rothman," and commented that "I haven't heard a dual loyalty charge for years.
The meetings began with a light dinner in Brooklyn, bringing together the B'nai Noah with Mr. David Horowitz, a well- known U.N. observer and commentator, Dr. Aaron Lichtenstein, author of the book on the Noahide commandments, The Seven Laws of Noah, Rabbi Saul Zucker, an educator with great interest in the movement, and Mrs. Susan Rosenbluth, a journalist.In attendance were: Prof. Lichtenstein of course; Rabbi Saul Zucker of Frisch School; Rabbi Berl Haskelevich of Lubavitch (who does a weekly broadcast to the USSR regarding B'nai Noah); David Horowitz of United Israel World Union; Susan Rosenbluth, editor of The Jewish Voice; and Rabbi Harvey Falk, author of Jesus the Pharisee.
Observers such as Susan Rosenbluth, publisher of the New Jersey-based Jewish Voice and Opinion, say the race took an anti-Semitic turn in late February, when a prominent Arab supporter of Pascrell accused the state's Jewish voters of being more loyal to Israel than America.