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In Judaism

What is Sukkot?

Sukkot is a Jewish holiday, celebrated for 7 days beginning on the  15th day of Tishrei ending on the 21st of Tishrei.   Inside Israel, the 1st day is a major holiday whe (MORE)
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Who celebrates Sukkot?

Jews celebrate Sukkot. The holiday was made for the Jews to remember what it was like for them when they were leaving Egypt and going into Israel.
In Judaism

Why is Sukkot celebrated?

Sukkhot is celebrated because it is a time to remember and  celebrate the time when the Israelites were travelling through the  wilderness for 40 years, with God's protectio (MORE)
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When is sukkot celebrated?

On the 14 day of Tishrei (a Hebrew month, usually falling out in September-October) until 7 or 8 or 9 days later. Did that help?
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When did sukkot start?

Sukkot has started on the 15th of Tishrei in the Hebrew calendar each year for the past 3,000 years more or less. In 2011, that date will coincide with sunset on the eveni (MORE)
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Who is involved in sukkot?

Sukkot is celebrated among Jewish families, and special prayers are  added in the synagogue services.
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How are shavuot sukkot and pesach connected?

These moadim (appointmented times) of God reflect the story of  Moshe (Moses) and the Israelites.    Pesach is the 1st festival of the calendar. It is the day when God (MORE)
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What are Sukkot festivals about and what are they for?

Sukkot was commanded by God (Leviticus ch.23). It commemorates theprotection which God gave us in the wilderness, and it gives thanksfor the annual ingathering of grain. It al (MORE)
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What do you bring to a sukkot dinner?

Any kosher food (in the original container, unopened) is good; oran item for the table such as a napkin-holder or a decanter.
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