מוצש"ק ויום הכפורים תשע"ד
Founded by Soccer Dad, Haveil Havalim is a carnival of Jewish blogs -- a weekly collection of Jewish & Israeli blog highlights, tidbits and points of interest collected from blogs all around the world. It's hosted by different bloggers each week, jointly coordinated through our Facebook Group. The term 'Haveil Havalim,' which means"Vanity of Vanities," is from Qoheleth, (Ecclesiastes) which was written by King Solomon. King Solomon built the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and later on got all bogged down in materialism and other 'excesses' and realized that it was nothing but 'hevel,' or in English,'vanity.' Submissions may be may through our on-line submission form on BlogCarnival.com, which requires you to log-in first.
Masechet Rosh HaShannah: Disappearing Midwives and Individual Shofar Blowing during the Silent Amidah
The Book of Isaiah and the Unintended History of Israel, Part 3
Dislocation and Insecurity during the Year of Mourning
Ellul, Rosh HaShannah, and Yom Kippur
#Blog Ellul Series
The Annual Ellul Pilgrimage to Shiloh
As The Rosh HaShannah Deadline Approaches
Our Last Journey
A Question Of Sovereignty
Rabbi Yonah Bookstein can't find the worst thing about Kapparos
Israel and its Neighbors
The Yom Kippur War was Israel's Greatest Moment
Is the Attack on Syria Simply a Distraction?
Living on the Edge of War
It Was Predictable
Neve Daniel to the Rescue!
A Pioneer Of Israel
Abbas Continues To Lie
A Coffee Shop in a Slaughterhouse
Israel on the Inside
The Struggle for the Land of Israel -- Don't Wait!
At Least One Rabbi Knows that the Torah Comes First
There's a Christian in my Soup
Do you know where your children are?
What is Messianic Judaism?
Millions and Millions Lost to the Xians!
Left Wing gives Platform to Christian Missionaries
Illegal Africans Don't Care about the Jewish Holidays
What's up in Exile?
John Kerry's Most Worrisome Testimony
The Weiner Incident in the Kosher Bakery
Can a Drug Dealer be Orthodox?
The next edition of this Jewish/Israel Round-Up will be hosted by Yael Shahar at A Damaged Mirror.