Sukkot, The Most Dangerous Jewish Holiday Begins Wed. Evening

While not officially a holiday, the five day period after Yom Kippur leading up to Sukkot (which starts Wednesday evening) are the most dangerous days in the Jewish calendar (and it’s not because God starts zapping those who didn’t make it into the book or iPad of life on the Day of Atonement). It’s the one time each year one can find some Jewish men using tools

Five days after Yom Kippur Jews begin the celebration of Sukkot. This festival is one of the three biggies (the other two are Passover and Shavuot). I know what some of you are thinking and the answer is no, Chanukah is a very minor holiday. The three “biggie” festivals as well as Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the only holidays ordained by God in the Torah. All the other holidays such as Chanukah, Purim, and my birthday were either created by Rabbis, other great leaders or as in the case

admin

admin

Leave a Reply

Recent Posts