Welcome to Haveil Havalim -The Year of Jack Edition. Also known as the Best of the Jewish/Israeli blogosphere.
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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 and coordinated by Jack. 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.'Go visit Rav Fleischmann who unfortunately lost his mother, Baruch Dayan Emet.
Aussie Dave blogged about Kathy Ireland and her feelings about Israel. Lady Light wrote and Sends Emergency Aid Team to Haiti. is Not the Problem- (Guess Who Is?)*
Shiloh Musings covered Natural Growth. The Rebbitzin's Husband had Fun with Israeli Security.
Mrs. S. discussed the confusion caused by trying to create a list of names in a post title Who's on First? Over at Remember Jerusalem Sharon talks about winter getaways in Israel. On a side note I want to mention that I never understand why fellow MOTs like cold weather. We're desert people.
At Torat Israel you can read PA Rejects Federation Proposal. Want to know the key to aliyah? Read Can you say "adaptablilty"? Sure. I knew you could.
Chaverim, another member of our Jblogosphere family is going to be visiting soon.Elms In The Yard is dealing with Peer Pressure of a Different Kind.
Our resident comedian Benji wrote , all I have to say is Yeehaw or is that yeehah, yi-hah etc. Kind of like Chanukah, Hannukah and Hanukah. : Where a Can Be a Gever Gever
And while we are talking about Benji (Chumus baby!) we need to provide support because he seems to have an issue with the metric system and real football, the American kind. One of these days the Big B and I are going to hash this out over Chumus. See, still working on maintaining my position as top dog for Chumus on Google. ;)
All this talk about Chumus makes me hungry, I could practically go to war over it.Soccer Dad has an interesting piece called From HAL To Chaim: Israel And The Robotic Age Of Warfare--And International Law.
Go visit EOZ and read Today's future martyr. Alternatively you can attend an with Yisrael Medad on the subject of the
Tzedek Tzedek asks Should Ben Yehudah asks the age old question, be Turkey’s Wet Rag?Hey, Jews! Still Want To Live In America?
MyRightWord suggests that and discusses doesn't know her JabotinskyArab Non-Violence.
Yourish covered Idealizing terrorism. Omri put together Past Anti-Israel Diplomacy Makes Obama's New Peace Push "Doomed From The Outset" Because Of Inflated Palestinian Expectations.
Joel put together his usual bits with Religion and State in Israel - Section 1 and 2. Joshuapundit writes about Answered Prayers - Rain For Israel.
Over at The Augean Stables there is an interesting post,Ben Wedeman trying to undermine Israel on its Aid to Gaza: But even he has to admit…
The Muqata has an update on the IDF in Haiti. Watch the video: IDF Spox: Footage from Haiti (baby Israel). A Soldier's Mother has information about Israel's role in Haiti too. You can see it at Haiti Rescue.
Miriam Shaviv wrote a post in response to Treppenwitz called How bad is Jewish life in Britain?
Lady Light shared Dressing to Greet the King?* (*Nablopomo Day#12).
Jew in the City talked about taking advantage of the time we have. In the Pink has a question entitled Rabbi Mouse.
Over at Parshablog you can read What does ויעש להם בתים mean? and Dodato as female first cousin.
The Sexing of Judaism's Founders poses some interesting questions to consider.While we are at it let's talk about Jewish Birth Control.
I certainly relate to Westbankmama's discussion about the Orthodox middle class. School tuition is a pain in my...
Yachdus covered one of the more interesting stories, Rav Batzri First . Heshy wants you to know ExorcismWhy I love being an orthodox Jew.
I enjoyed Mottel's Tale of a Table.It reminded me of my zaide, he would have had plenty to say. The family has been out of Vilna for a long, time but I sometimes wonder if the Vilna is out of the family. Food for thought.
Cosmic X recalls The Lion of Monsey. A Jew in the City talks about why women don't read Torah in Orthodox shuls.
Jacob has a list of educational resources for Tu B'Shvat. At Solomonia you should take a look at: 'Lady Al Qaeda' Aafia Siddiqui Wants Jews Tossed From the Jury Pool
From the midwest we have Being a Jew in C-U: Save a Life, Save the World. Batya has an opinion about The Advantages of the Traditional "Ezrat Nashim," Women's Balcony.
The topic of Jewish Philanthropy is covered by David at Those "Illustrious" Men Who Watch Our Money. Ask Batya about Jewish music or just read Chazzanut, Traditional Jewish Prayers, Can Be Fun!
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Seraphic Secret included The Last Jews of Yemen.The Rebbetzin had One Kick-Ass Kabbalat Shabbat.
At SupeRaizy we are learning Yiddish With Dick and Jane.Rafi has his own round up too. Some good links to read.
Take a moment and go see the Velveteen Rabbit, Read Write Poem #109: six weeks. At Everybody Needs Therapy you should read Earthquakes.
Over at Leora you should read Protect Children from Abuse.
With gas prices like this who needs a family car. Want a way to help Haiti? Go visit Ann's Rants and leave a comment on It's Delurking Day! Let's chat, shall we? [Edited: 1$ per comment for Haiti]
Scary Mommy shared Murphy’s Laws of Parenting.
I wrote If I Was a Professional Blogger and Is Private School Worth It.
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