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Do you have to stay at a hotel to celebrate Sukkot The Philadelphia Church of God does this?

No, there is no requirement to stay in a hotel during Sukkot. In fact, the requirement of Sukkot is that you build a temporary shelter to sleep in.


What day is the tikkun held during sukkot?

The night of Hoshanah Rabbah (the evening entering into the seventh day of Sukkot).


What do you wear during Sukkot?

the red hat made in China


What foods do Jews eat in the Sukka during Sukkot?

They eat lots of fruit


What happens during Sukkot?

People sleep in the sukkah and eat a feast with blessings on sabbath!!!


What is done during Sukkot to celebrate?

On Sukkot, Jews eat all their meals in outdoor arbor-canopied booths (Sukkah) in order to commemorate the Israelites' wanderings in the desert. Some will also sleep in the Sukkah. During the morning prayers on these days, we take the 4 minim consisting of a Lulav (young palm branch), an Etrog (Citrus Medica; citron), three Haddassim (Myrtle branches) and two Aravot (willow branches).


What do you eat for sukkot?

There is no specific meal for Sukkot. Jews eat whatever they would like on Sukkot (provided that it is kosher).


During Sukkot a sukkah is built in a garden What materials is it made of?

Plywood walls and a canopy of foliage overhead.


What happens in some warm countries during Sukkot?

People (especially the men) sleep in the sukkah at night.


How is the Jewish festival Sukkot linked with the environment?

sukkot is the holiday of harvest.


How is sukkot and simchat Torah are related?

Simchat Torah is right after Sukkot.


When assisting the next of kin in applying for benefits and entitlements this is done during which phase?

when they cannot do it them selves


What is the sukkot festival about?

sukkot is about the gratitude to g-d for keeping us in the desert protected by the clouds of glory, our sukkot nowadays are to remind us of that protection


What day of the year is sukkot celebrated?

In 2009, Sukkot will be October 3rd to the 9th


What is a sukkot prayer book called?

It's called a machzor shel sukkot.


When did the Jews start celebrating sukkot?

During the sojourn in the wilderness 3300 years ago (Leviticus ch.23).


When did the sukkot festival start?

During the Israelites' sojourn in the wilderness 3300 years ago (Leviticus ch.23).


What is sukkot in Arabic?

Translation: Eid al-Mathal (عيد المظال) or As-Sukkot (السوكوت)


What is another name for sukkot?

If you're referring to the 'feast of Sukkot', another word for it is 'tabernacles'


What special food is eaten during sukkot?

Many people continue having the bread dipped in honey from Rosh Hashanah.


How do you find angles of a triangle if you only have the length of two sides?

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Do Jews fast at sukkot?

Jews do not fast on Sukkot. In fact, fasting is prohibited since Sukkot is a joyful holiday. Although joy is an aspect in every Jewish holiday, Sukkot was specifically singled out by the Bible as a joyous holiday: Deuteronomy (16: 14-15) says, "you will be altogether joyful."


What does sukkot mean?

It means "huts," because we eat in special huts on the 7 days of the festival of Sukkot.


Who is involved in sukkot?

Sukkot is celebrated among Jewish families, and special prayers are added in the synagogue services.


What is the connection between Sukkot and Hanukkah?

It is believed that the real reason Hanukkah is 8 days, is because it was a belated Sukkot celebration, since Sukkot couldn't be celebrated during the Maccabean War.Answer:The above is a non-traditional answer. Hanukkah is eight days because the oil of the Temple's menorah miraculously burned that long (Talmud, Shabbat 21b).