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Saturday, August 16, 2014

עֵקֶב "And it shall come to pass..." Havel Havelim

Another week, another Shabbat and another Havel Havelim...


Here in Israel we've been in suspense of sorts wondering if there's a ceasefire, truce or bluff between the Gazan Arabs and us. The blog posts I'm including will include whatever is on the mind of the bloggers.

Havel Havelim is the long-running weekly international Jewish blog carnival. We keep organized/in touch via our facebook page. Next week's host is Esser Agaroth. Please send your links with an explanatory "blurb" to esseragaroth at gmail dot come, thanks.

I'm listing the blog posts according to three basic categories, those sent to me by either the blogger or someone else, my posts and any others I've decided to include. As you will see, there's a great variety of bloggers and posts out there for your reading pleasure.

Jewish Book Carnival, FYI there is a monthly edition of this which includes book review blog posts about Jewish books!
One Week As A Jew
Hamas: Connecting The Dots
Whose Money is it Anyway?
I FEAR FOR AM YISRAEL
Part 1: The War for Hearts and Minds
Giving Birth in Shaarei Zedek Hospital of Jerusalem, Israel (a guest post)A birth doula shares her perspective on giving birth in Jerusalem over at AliyahLand.
Still alien? Passing the one year mark. As we pass the one year mark, are we still aliens here in Israel... over at AliyahLand
Jerusalem Getting Back to Normal
8)HA’OROT-THE ILLUMINATIONS OF RAV KOOK: FREEDOM-INSIDE AND OUT
Policy Paper for Submission to the UN. UNRWA as a Convenient Surrogate for Terrorists Organizations
Unusual Success
A perfect UN candidate quiz: Who's the prime minister of Israel?‎
Welcome Home to the New Olim
2014 Israel beer festivals: Yet another update
Don't Be Afraid, A Pisher's Guide to Jerusalem #4
Delicious Salad at Mamilla Mall and Memories of Mamilla of Old
Seeing the IDF as Hand of G-d, Religiosity/Judaism Growing in Israel
Do All Arabs Support Hamas?
Jewish License Plates
Four Days in the Life of a Fourteen Year Old Girl
On Rabbinic Autonomy
#BlogElul and #ElulGram 2014


Birkat HaGomel at the Kotel




Thanks for blogging and thanks even more to those who read, comment and share this edition of Havel Havelim and the included posts.

3 comments:

sara g said...

thjank you for hevel havelim. it is always very interesting.

Mrs. S. said...

Thanks for the link and shavua tov!

Batya Medad said...

sara g, I'm glad you like it.
Mrs. S. my pleasure