Dear Matzav,Thank you to Matzav.com for many of your important news reports.I want to make the following request about future reporting about violence in Chicago. Over the last couple years you have reported about the amount of violence in Chicago. Unfortunately it is bad, but BH it had nothing to do with the Jewish community. It all happened on the South side of Chicago, which is a good 35-45 minutes away from the Jewish community. In essence it is like a different city. Many of your articles give the impression to your non-Chicago readership that that our community is war zone…which it is not.We walk around with a sense of safety as much as any other Jewish community around the country, if not more. I don’t think that your reporting gives a fair or accurate image of our neighborhood.L’daavoneinu, there was a murder of a member of our community, R’ Eliyahu Moscowitz z”l hy”d, that happened on Simchas Torah night. This heinous act was done in a neighboring community, and the police have given the case their full attention. Your headline article about the murder, connected this crime with the rest of the violence in Chicago, furthering the misconception about our city. It was terrible, it is a cause of our concern, but it is not connected and it still does not label our neighborhood as being unsafe.Please be more cautious about this topic in your future reporting. May we all be zoche to safety in our communities. Hinei lo yanum v’lo yishan Shomer Yisroel.Thank you.