Sukkot (Judaism)

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Sukkot begins on 15 Tishri, 4 days after Yom Kippur and ends on 22 Tishri. Sukkot also remembers the journey of the Israelites through the desert after they had made the Exodus from Egypt. Sukkah means a hut, booth or tabernacle. A sukkah is built and should only be large enough for the family who will use it. The walls can be made of anything, but the roof must


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