'The Patriots'
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Demonstrators against the legal reform came to the Sukkah studio of Channel 14 this evening, and interrupted the broadcast of the program 'The Patriots': "It was impossible to continue the broadcast"

JFeed | 02.10.23

The Celebs 'Ushpizin'

The celebs choose their guests for the holiday

With whom did Rabbi Yigal Levinstein study in his Sukkah? Thanks to whom Dudu Fisher didn't play on Saturday? Which basketball player would flow with the music in the Sukkah? And who is the grandson of a righteous person?

JFeed | 01.10.23

Sukkah On Ayalon Road 

After the demonstrators built a Sukkah on the road. Ayalon opens to traffic

Another disturbance of order by the left-wing demonstrators at the Kaplan demonstrations. A number of protesters built a Sukkah in the middle of Ayalon road, handcuffed themselves to it and blocked traffic. After a few minutes, the police cleared the protesters and opened the road to traffic

Eliyau Luksenberg, JFeed | 30.09.23

Candle Lighting and Havdalah Times

Sabbath and Sukkot Holiday Candle Lighting and Havdalah Times 5784 - 2023

Sukkot is a biblical holiday celebrated for seven days, from the 15th to the 21st of Tishrei, during which every Jew is commanded to dwell in a sukkah. The first day of the holiday is a festival day, followed by six days of intermediate festival. The times for the beginning and end of the holiday are as follows

JFeed | 29.09.23

The Threat to the Sukkot in Bnei Brak

The nuisance that threatens the Sukkot holiday in Bnei Brak

The rat infestation, which instills fear among the city's residents, is revealing a halachic problem in fulfilling the mitzvah of the sukkah in the building courtyards. Many rabbis in the city are addressing this phenomenon and its halachic implications

Yehuda Klein, JFeed Staff | 28.09.23

Free S'chach

Ahead of Sukkot: KKL will distribute free Sukkah roofing to the public

Ahead of the Sukkot holiday, KKL will distribute free Sukkah roofing for the Sukkah to the public in order to make it easier for the residents to build the Sukkah, as well as to prevent cutting S'chach in a pirate way that harms the environment

JFeed | 26.09.23