Photo essay: Israeli celebrations of Succot from the 1940s through today

A peek into how Israelis observed the holiday from our archives.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 7, 2014 16:43

Observing Sukkot in Israel. (photo credit: ANDRE BRUTMANN/JERUSALEM POST ARCHIVES)

 
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