R' Jeffery Saks wrote:<br><In Israel this creates a problem of wanting to get to Birkhat Kohanim for Neilah before Shkiah, then having to shlep out everything else <(Avinu Malkeinu, etc.) to fill the time. If anyone has a creative solution to this problem -- aside from paskening like the Mishnah Brura <over the Luach -- I'd be delighted to hear it.
<br><br>One creative solution that is used in at least 1 shul that I know of in Israel is to do the following. In Chazaras Hashsatz of Neila skip all the selichos, duchen and then right after chazaras hashatz (before avinu malkenu, kaddish tiskabel, etc.) go back and say all the selichos you skipped. This allows you to duchen (before shkia) while not having to shlep afterwards as you are saying all the selichos which take some time. By saying them before kaddish tiskabel they are still connected to the chazaras hashatz.