Abraham H. Foxman is back in the letters pages of the International Herald Tribune today.
Mr. Foxman is the New York U.S. national director of the Anti-Defamation League.
A quick search on www.iht.com shows he has about 3 letters published a year.
One observation, one question:
a) Observation: Like most of the letter writers to the IHT, he is not a one-off contributor. Most IHT letter writers have appeared before, so in this respect, there is nothing unusual about his regular appearances.
b) Question: is there a pro-Palestinian organisation, or even a Palestinian letter writer, who has about 3 letters a year published in the IHT?
I don't know the answer to my question but I think the IHT should check that if there is, they get the same exposure as Mr. Foxman.
If there isn't such an organised Palestinian voice, I would say it reflects badly on the public relations infrastructure of the Palestinian people, and perhaps they need some help.