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Jewish Holidays

The Mitzvah of Sukkah: The Obligation

June 29, 2006, by

In the Torah, it is written, “But on the fifteenth day of the Seventh Month, when you harvest the produce of the Land, celebrate the Holiday of Hashem for seven days… You shall stay in “Sukkot” for seven days; every resident of Israel shall stay in “Sukkot.” In order that your generations shall know that […]

Sukkot: An Introduction

June 26, 2006, by

Sukkot is a holiday rich in tradition and meaning. From the holding of the Lulav and etrog to the sitting in a Sukkah, the holiday is filled with symbolism to express our relationship to G-d. Sukkot comes just five short days following Yom Kippur. The timing is not accidental. Only after we have reached a […]

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