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One Small Step for Unity in Israel

The four minim of Sukkot are fundamentally different from the typical items used for the performance of a mitzvah. Objects which are generally employed for

The Holiday of Joy

Sukkot is supposed to be the holiday of simcha or joy. Simcha is often translated as happiness or joy, but it encompasses more than just

Everyone Can Be Here

When Hillel the Elder would celebrate the Simchas Bais HaShoeva, he would say: ‘If I am here, everyone is here; if I am not here,

A Booth or a Cloud?

Chag HaSukkot The very essence of Chag HaSukkot is the mitzvah of dwelling in this temporary “hut,” for—by doing so—we would remind future generations of

The Jewish Weapon

The 1973 Yom Kippur War was actually also the Sukkot War because it continued through Sukkot. A few years ago, a 40th anniversary of the

Building a Sukkah on Public Property

לעילוי נשמת יואל אפרים בן אברהם עוזיאל זלצמן ז”ל Question: May one build a sukkah in front of his house but on public property? Answer:

The True Simchas Yom Tov

One of the mitzvos associated with the chag of Sukkos is “v’samachta b’chagecha,” which is interpreted as a mitzvah to be happy on Yom Tov.

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Once upon a time, there was a family named The Staums, who resided at 3 Landau Lane in Spring Valley, NY. This wonderful family was

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