COLUMBIA – The yearly Jewish celebration of Sukkot is a festival of thanksgiving for the fall harvest. It is also meant to commemorate and reflect on the Jewish wanderings for 40 years after the Exodus. Sukkot means “booths” or “huts” in Hebrew.
Belief in Brief: Sukkot
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