Sun | May 20, 2018

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:'Sandy's sorrow', published in The Sunday Gleaner of May 6, 2018, reminds us that our country is decades behind in addressing the problem of sexual harassment, which can turn into sexual assault.It has now been 22 years since CARICOM...

THE EDITOR, Sir:As a concerned citizen in Montego Bay, I am calling on Jamaicans, particularly young people, to be nationalistic and give voluntary service for the uplift of the nation this upcoming Labour Day, May 23, in spite their political...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Once again, the world is witnessing the cruelty of Israel.The Palestinians of Gaza are, in fact, prisoners of Israel. They suffer from lack of adequate food, limited jobs, a struggling economy, and continuous attacks by Israel's army...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Once again, I have to differ with the Rev Peter Espeut, at any rate partially, with regard to his views in the news story 'Abortion is murder' (Gleaner, May 17, 2018).I can support him on the issue of a woman who engages in sex as a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:In recent years, we witnessed the establishment of a car park associated with the Ministry of Finance in the National Heroes Park. A new building was constructed for that ministry, but there was no thought of having a level or a few...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Earlier this month, Jamaica was awakened to the news of a horrible bloodbath taking place in Westmoreland. This is not a typical occurrence in Westmoreland. However, I must say that I am not surprised. It is indeed an atrocity in the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Almost every day, someone is stabbed to death in Jamaica: almost every day, a woman is slaughtered by a hooligan in Jamaica: almost every day, someone's throat is slashed by a monster in Jamaica. Wow! What a violent country!Is there...

THE EDITOR, Sir:As a concerned citizen in Montego Bay, I am calling on Jamaicans, particularly more young people, to become nationalistic and start to give voluntary service for the upliftment of the nation this upcoming Labour Day.Volunteerism may...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The lead story in The Sunday Gleaner (5/13/2018) titled 'Most Jamaicans are still opposed to abortion on demand' makes one wonder why such a tendentious topic becomes so regular an issue when it can be so easily avoided by avoiding...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Regarding Peter Espeut's challenge ('Fake news and the gay agenda', May 4, 2018), I'm a Jamaican, a Roman Catholic, and happily married to a woman for 45 years.While I agree that one's constitutional right to equality before the law...
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