Dear Readers,
The Philadelphia Jewish Voice is a completely virtual organization. All of our authors are unpaid volunteers, who write because they love to do so. We run a very tight ship, with few expenses and almost no advertising.  
In order to continue doing what we do, we rely on you, our readers, to contribute financially. To pay by credit card or paypal, click above.
Meanwhile, enjoy some of our recent coverage, including an exclusive interview with State Rep. Brian Sims, the top ten misleading terms that
 mainstream media use for Israel, and what the Palestinian Authority
can learn from Nelson Mandela. Also, check out our community calendar for Jewish activities available while everyone else is celebrating Christmas.

  • Dec. 17: Jewish influence on Broadway.
  • Dec. 17: Volunteers for Israel meeting.
  • Dec. 19: Jewish community blood drive.
  • Dec. 21: Israeli dance party for families.
  • Dec. 21: Holiday comedy songfest.
  • Dec. 23: Deadline for 2014 health insurance.
  • Dec. 24: Moo Shu Jew Show.
  • Dec. 25: Being [  ] at Christmas.
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