Let’s take it from the theoretical to the practical.
President Rivlin greets Israelis in his Jerusalem Sukka.
From a place of shock and death, I was shown and given life. The sukka was the portal.
We talk of waving the lulav, but the most interesting fruit is the etrog.
Remembering Sue Tourkin Komet, who passed away on January 4.
With grace from above and thanks to the incredible efforts of overt and covert security personnel, we were privileged to celebrate the holidays peacefully.
Delighting in the gifts of the physical world and realizing our vulnerability to the vagaries of nature.
The headaches will already begin Sunday for Netanyahu, who will meet with the heads of the parties in his governing coalition.
This year saw tens of thousands of Israelis and visitors from around the world brave the traffic en route to the capital over Succot to take part in the annual Jerusalem March.
According to police, the intermediate days of the Succot holiday saw a high for recent years in the number of identifiable Jews ascending to the Temple Mount.