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Sukkot: (lit. “booths”); festival of seven days (eight in the Diaspora) beginning on 15 Tishrei, taking its name from the temporary dwelling (sukkah) in which one lives during this period; this festival is marked for its special joy (“zeman simchateinu”—“time of our rejoicing”) and by the mitzvah of the four species
Thousands made the blessing on the lulav and etrog in Midtown Manhattan.
Artist’s Statement: "May the Merciful One restore for us the fallen sukkah of David." -From Grace After Meals on Sukkot
Artist’s Statement: Simchat Beit Hashoeva - the joyous water drawing ceremony in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
Artist’s Statement: “For a seven-day period you shall live in booths. Every resident among the Israelites shall live in booths, in order that your [ensuing] generations should know that I had the children of Israel live in booths when I took them out of t...
Bryant Park, a popular lunchtime dining spot for workers in midtown Manhattan, had its very own sukkah last week.
Chabad-Lubavitch of Center City, Philadelphia, transformed the historic Rittenhouse Square for the holiday of Sukkot. Chabad representatives served sushi to Philly residents, encouraged dancing, and assisted people to make the blessing on the lulav and et...
With children in tow, Rabbi Levi and Nechama Haskelevich of the Lubavitch House at the University of Pennsylvania, cruised around campus to give students at the Ivy League school the chance to make a blessing on a lulav and etrog.
Army Capt. Shlomo Shulman, the only Jewish chaplain in all of Iraq, constructs a sukkah in Baghdad’s Camp Striker.
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