THE EDITOR, Sir:
In Carolyn Cooper's column of September 1, 2013 titled 'Costly sexual inhibitions', she made the claim that Tel Aviv, the financial centre of Israel, the home of Christianity and Islam, is the most friendly state towards homosexuality.
I am not sure that I understand the point she was trying to make. Could it be that she wanted us to accept unnatural relationships between members of the same sex because Tel Aviv accepted it?
If that is her point, let me ask:
1. If a policeman steals, should all Jamaicans steal?
2. If a pastor lies, should all Jamaicans lie?
3. If a politician is corrupt, should we accept corruption as second nature?
For the little I know of Ms Cooper through her columns, I am deeply disappointed.
JEFFREY WHITE (Rev)