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The Jewish Voice and Opinion speaks out forcefully and unashamedly for the unique concerns of what we have termed “classical Judaism.” As a politically conservative Jewish publication, we take as our mission to present news and feature articles not generally available elsewhere in the Jewish or secular media.

Now in its 25th year, The Jewish Voice and Opinion has been influential in religious and political circles throughout the United States, Israel, and elsewhere. It is often quoted and reprinted. It has been admired, feared, often debated, but never ignored.

 Publisher Susan Rosenbluth receives the Woman of Valor Award at the 2009 Bet El Dinner.

 Her speech begins at 3:30 minutes into the video.

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Community Log Additions for September-October 2014

Here are the community events that did not make it into the print edition of the magazine. Click to read the most recent updates... Teaneck Mikvah for Men, 4:30am-4:30pm, 201-837-8220 Pre-Yom Kippur Chesed Program, for children in grades pre-K through 4, spons by Areyvut, create chesed projects for those in need, Jewish Center of Teaneck, [...]

Jewish Voice and Opinion Summer 2014
Community Log Additions for August-September 2014

Here are the community events that did not make it into the print edition of the magazine. Click to read the most recent updates... Rebbetzin Hinda Kalmonovitz, for women, private home in monsey, 10:30am, yehudisf@yahoo.com Blood Drive, Highland Park Public Library, 1-7pm, 800-933-2566 Summer Girls Learning Initiative, for high school girls, Shoshana Samuels, spons by [...]

Jewish Voice and Opinion June 2014
Community Log Additions for June-July 2014

Here are the community events that did not make it into the print edition of the magazine. Click to read the most recent updates...

Jewish Voice and Opinion May 2014
Community Log Additions for May-June 2014

Here are the community events that did not make it into the print edition of the magazine. Click to read the most recent updates... All Things Revealed: "The Hidden Things: Twelve Stories of Love and Longing," for women, Yael Unterman,  includes Torah learning, readings, personal reflections, and dairy dessert reception, Cong Arzei Darom, Teaneck, 8pm, [...]

Local Special-Needs Jewish Hero Asks for the Community’s Votes in Online Contest

Zack Pollack, 20, is a member of the Passaic-Jewish community. A quadriplegic from birth as the result of cerebral palsy, he is nevertheless a popular motivational speaker who has inspired students in both Jewish and secular schools. Last month, Mr. Pollack was entered into the National Mobility Awareness Month Local Hero contest, a national online [...]

Jewish Voice and Opinion April 2014