LETTER TO THE EDITOR
I am writing this short letter to simply bear witness to the fact that, in my experience, you have indeed commendably struggled to keep a fair and proportionate balance between the articles submitted for publication in the “Ojo” on the subject of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
I can say this because you refused to publish one of my articles (pro-Palestinian) on the subject, even though it was enthusiastically received when I read it at the Ajijic Writers Group. So if anyone thinks or accuses you of being one-sided, I know better.
It is not partisanship, but precisely your struggle for balance, diversity, and creativity that has made the “Ojo” the fine contribution to our Lakeside community that it has become.
In respectful appreciation,
Alvin Alexsi Currier
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