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Carrah O’Riley Sep 29
I have an executed contract! And...I am showing more homes today! My pastor flows with the ghost! ❤️🙏🏼🔥 PC on fiii-ya! 😎🙌🏽
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Doug Ford Sep 23
Tonight at sundown, Jewish communities across Ontario will come together to celebrate the week-long festival of Sukkot. On behalf of my entire family and the Government of Ontario, I want to wish everyone celebrating my best wishes. Chag Sukkot Sameach!
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Joel Richardson Sep 25
Looking forward to the ultimate The Scriptures declare that in that day, the gladness and joy will be so thick that it will “overtake” us. That’s a party you don’t want to miss, friends.
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Hananya Naftali Sep 30
WATCH: Christians parade through in support of Israel. This is amazing! 🇮🇱
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Uri Karzen אורי קרזן Sep 29
Live Now : Hoshana Raba visit to the Holy Temple Mount, Jerusalem
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Yanki farber Sep 28
Midnight in the neighborhood of Brooklyn, religious Jews celebrate the holiday of in the rain
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Yanki farber Oct 4
The Boro Park Sanz-Klausenburger Rabby at the end of , throwing apples to the crowd of gathered chassidim as a symbol of blessing. They claim that whoever succeeds in catching an apple will have a wonderful year
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We Defend Israel Oct 6
🛑PLEASE RETWEET🛑: An exciting coexistence in that the media will not show you! That's how the celebrated a year ago with the . Who is the who said that there is no option for coexistence?
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Yad Vashem Sep 25
that were built by Jews in the Lodz Ghetto
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Yanki farber Sep 30
Now at the Western Wall, tens of thousands celebrate the end of and the beginning of the last holiday of (Credit Shmulik Kliner)
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Aviva Klompas Sep 26
This tweet from recklessly foments unrest. Accurate description: Jewish people gather at the Western Wall, their holiest site, to mark the holiday of
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Chief Terence Monahan Sep 27
Like the mission of New York Board of Rabbis, today’s Sukkah in the Sky celebration brought unity and diversity together. My thanks to Rabbi and everyone at the NYBR for inviting me to join the festivities. Happy !
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Hananya Naftali Sep 30
Only in : A public bus in is decorated for the holiday of ! 😄 Photo: Harrison Kahn
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They call me Mr. Kornbluh 🤡 Sep 27
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Elisha ben Abuya Sep 24
200 guys gripping their stiff scepter of palm leaves, pressed against a seed-fill citrine, thrusting it repeatedly up & down, up and down, and then raising it high and waving it to God... ...am I the only one who sees this as symbolic masturbation, a fertility rite?
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Lenny Ben-David Sep 30
Today is Hoshana Rabba, the last day of the holiday. I discovered this pic of soldiers at the Western Wall. After enlarging the pic, I discovered they were there on Hashana Rabba 100 years ago today toward the end of .
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Kabbalah.info Sep 25
On , we build a temporary dwelling with a roof made of waste—a thatch. The waste we raise above our head symbolizes our disregard for corporeal desires (money, honor), i.e. we don’t want these desires to illuminate in our head. Instead, we want spirituality to be important
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Lisa Loeb Sep 26
On a more positive note! . Go admire the moon!
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Wayne Stiles Mar 15
How the Pool of Siloam Helps us Connect Sukkot and the Messiah
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Maria Elvira Salazar 🇺🇸 Sep 24
Wishing those observing the 7-day festival of a very joyous celebration.
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