Jewish World Review

WILL JWR CONTINUE PUBLISHING? We've had a great nine months — but are now very far from certain that we'll be back for more.

WE NEED YOUR HELP! If we're to keep on keeping on, bringing you your daily dose of culture, history and politics, we won't be able to do it without you. Pledge a tax-deductable donation by email or phone (718.972.9241).

THE CAUSE IS NOT YET LOST. Publishing a daily webzine of JWR's quality, costs a small fortune. It's beyond a full-time job, with your editor often not making it to bed before dawn. We've about gone broke bringing JWR to you, and now we're asking you to give back to us. If you answer the call, we can continue to bring you the best pro-family, pro-religion site on the web. But without you, we don't stand a chance.

THE JWR ENDEAVOR NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT. We know we'll be missed if we go. What does JWR mean to you? Get in touch by email or phone (718.972.9241) and let us know.

A FRIENDLY BUT SERIOUS REQUEST TO THOSE WHO PASS JWR MATERIAL ON TO OTHERS. You are always welcome to spread the word. We encourage it! But in the future, please email your friends with just an article's title and URL (web address) instead of the entire article. We have been unable to receive serious advertising because the agencies claim we're just too darn small.The more visits our site receives, the better we are able to convince advertisers to sign on. Similarly, please don't copy our material to your own website; just link us. Does it really make sense to help fold JWR because you don't feel like copying an article's URL?

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