Jewish New Year Greetings to all!
As we approach the upcoming 2 day Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah starting on Friday night, September 18 and finishing on Sunday night, September 20, 2020, the Heebs on Hogs® team wishes all of our readers a Happy and Healthy Jewish New Year. In Judaism, we believe that during this time G-d Judges the World for the upcoming year and seals His Decisions 10 days later on the Holy Day of Yom Kippur.
In our upcoming Fall Edition feature story, to be published at the end of October, we will present a story from the United Hatzalah of Israel. This organization is an independent, non-profit, all volunteer emergency medical services organization that provides fast and free emergency medical first response throughout Israel. Our feature story, which will be published here for the first time, will tell you about their world renown ambucycles, a motorcycle with medical equipment on board and the amazing work they do saving Jewish and Arab lives throughout Israel. Meanwhile, we would like to present a New Years greeting from their president and founder, Eli Beer through this link below.
We wish you all, Jew and non-Jew, the best of everything good for the upcoming New Jewish Year!
(First E-Zine Edition – December 26, 2019)
Welcome to our First Edition of Heebs on Hogs®!
Our unique and one of a kind e-publication is primarily about Jews and motorcycles, and related stories about non-Jews and their relationships with Jews – with the common denominator being motorcycles.
In upcoming issues, we’ll have stories about Jews and motorcycles in relationship to the police, military, first responders and other professional groups throughout the world. We will also publish a variety other motorcycle related stories of interest, as well as informing you about activities and events sponsored by Jewish motorcycle clubs throughout the world. We want our publication to be an interactive source of information and entertainment, providing you with stories, history and current events about things that are motorcycle related and you probably didn’t know about.
If you have any stories that you’d like to share with our readers, please let us know, including pictures. If you’re in a Jewish motorcycle club and have upcoming events, or are looking for new members, we hope our publication will provide you an outlet and become a source for information to promote your activities.
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