As Passover is coming, you are welcome to try two alternative gefitle fish recipes, and read about a modern form of slavery. You can also read Rabbi Lance Sussman's commentary on the recent election in Israel.

Please join us Thursday evening, April 30 at the home of Judi & Mark Aronchick to celebrate The Philadelphia Jewish Voice's 10th anniversary and to honor Ronit Treatman, our immediate past president. For more information, to buy a ticket or to join our list of generous sponsors, please visit pjvoice.org/rsvp.

Ashkenazi Jews do not have a monopoly over the consumption of fish during the Seder. This Passover, you can be adventurous by trying fish recipes from different Jewish communities around the world.
The dream of the founding Labor Zionists of Israel as a modern, open, secular society is over for now. Ultra-nationalism and religiosity is yet again Israel’s path.

April 12:
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Cartoon courtesy of Yaakov "Dry Bones" Kischen.
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Bonnie Squires president@pjvoice.org