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Sukkot is a famous Jewish holiday. It is also widely known as the Feast of Tabernacles. According to the Jewish Calendar, the holiday falls on the 15th day of the month of Tishrei. Sukkot is the plural of Sukkah, which is the name for the type of hut or shelter in which the Jews lived for forty years during their time with Moses in the desert. Many people eat meals and live in the sukkah throughout the holiday.
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This isn't Ivanka's first Sukkot shopping trip.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
“This is a holiday where Jews wrestle with and turn our awareness to our own fragility and to the impermanence of shelter."
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Cette année, les cédrats en provenance du sud de l’Italie se font très rares, et leurs prix atteignent des sommets
By ILANIT CHERNICK
Visitors from all over Israel flocked to the new Rosh Tzippor Birdwatching center at HaYarkon Park in the heart of Tel Aviv during the Sukkot holiday.
Over the past few years, harvesting olives on Sukkot with KKL-JNF has become part of the holiday tradition.
Over the Sukkot holiday, hundreds of thousands of visitors from both Israel and abroad set out to spend time in the heart of nature in KKL-JNF forests and parks.
Street festivals, concerts, museum and theater activities — here's a great list of activities to keep you busy during Sukkot.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
While it may contribute little, nutritionally speaking, water (not flour) is in fact bread’s magic ingredient. Without it there would be no bread, just an inedible, not cohesive mix of dried powders.
By LES SAIDEL
A new artistic project invites visitors to reflect on fragility and migration.
By NICOLE BAUKE
Visitors were greeted by a juggler, who tossed around pieces of plastic fruit while quizzing children about fruits and vegetables and encouraging them to be more aware of their nutritional value.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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