Jewish Action

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Jewish Action is an American Orthodox Jewish magazine published by the Orthodox Union.

The magazine generally presents a Modern Orthodox viewpoint, and covers "topics of interest to an international Orthodox Jewish audience... [including] articles related to current ongoing issues of jewish life and experience, human-interest features, poetry, art, music and book reviews, historical pieces and humor..." [1]

Published since 1940, it is printed quarterly, with a special Passover issue. Its regular quarterly editions have a mail readership of 50,000, and its Passover issue has a distribution of 100,000. Though generally sold via mail subscription, it is also distributed through retail stores and food outlets throughout North America.

The magazine's website contains PDF copies of previous issues dating back to 1998.

The Editor is Nechama Carmel.[2]


  1. ^ Judaic Journals, Online Journals and News Sources, University of Cincinnati. Retrieved July 7, 2006.
  2. ^ "Writer’s Guidelines", Jewish Action website. Retrieved August 17, 2011.

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