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Sukkot in Israel Christians probably know this as the Feast of

Sukkot in Israel Christians probably know this as the Feast of


#Sukkot in #Israel! Christians probably know this as "the Feast of Tabernacles". Picture of worshippers in Jerusalem from …

Alex Levin, By the Kotel at Sukkot, Painting

Christian friends of Israel take part in the Feast of the Tabernacles celebrations in Jerusalem

Feast of Tabernacle pilgrims march through the streets of Jerusalem. October 14, 2014.

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Christian pilgrims from France march during the annual Jerusalem Parade on October 20, 2016 in

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During the Jewish holiday of Sukkot in October 2015, thousands of evangelical Christians wave Israeli

A Living Church of God congregation in San Diego celebrates the Feast of Tabernacles --

Celebrating Sukkot in Jerusalem

Thousands of Christian Evangelists wave their national flag alongside the Israeli one as they march in

Christian Evangelical supporters wave during the annual parade in Jerusalem, marking the Jewish holiday of Sukkot or the Feast of the Tabernacles.

Pastor Piet van Veldhuizen has lunch inside his congregation's sukkah in the Netherlands, Sept.

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Thousands of Christian pilgrims attend the Feast of Tabernacles celebration in Ein Gedi, near the

Pro-Israel supporters take part in the annual Jerusalem March during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot on October 10, 2017. (Jerusalem Municipality spokesperson)

Thousands of Christian Evangelists among marchers in a parade in the center of Jerusalem, marking

A general view shows Jewish worshippers at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site,

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Sukkot and the Temple. Sukkot, known as the Feast of Tabernacles in Christian ...

Thousands of Christian Evangelists among marchers in a parade in the center of Jerusalem, marking

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Participants at the Feast of Tabernacles March

Christian pilgrims at a Feast of Tabernacles event at Jerusalem's Pais Arena. October 13,

Thousands gather at the Western Wall in Jerusalem (Israel) for Sukkot festival

Sukka In New Hampshire (Credit: Oseh Shalom)

Sukkot in the Old City, Jerusalem.

Picture of today's Festival of Booths in Israel | sukkah (Tabernacles Feast booth) in mesilat zion

Torah parchment, the Hebrew, the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, the lulav, a special bouquet

Thousands of Christian Evangelists attend a parade in the center of Jerusalem, marking the Jewish

Illustrative: Evangelical Christians from various countries wave flags as they march to show their support

Should Christians celebrate Feast of Tabernacles? Probably. There's solid Biblical reasons, and well, it was probably Jesus' Real Birthday!

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Ultra-Orthodox men buying the four species ahead of Sukkot.

a sukkah in Jericho Sukkot 2001 ...

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"Feast of Sukkot Prayers" (Shalom Koboshvili/Wikimedia)

Israelis eye Christian involvement in Feast of Tabernacles

In 2015, a white bridal dress floats in the air near the Tower of David

Evangelical Christian pilgrims from Brazil attend a mass baptism ceremony, in the waters of the Jordan River at Yardenit in northern Israel on October 7, ...

Photo by Dafna Tal for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism. Flickr

The sukkah at the synagogue in Vinnitsa .

IDF Skydivers land at Jerusalem's Sacher Park

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A lavishly decorate sukkah. Photo: Wikipedia.

Sukkot at the Sha'ar Menashe ma'abara (new immigrant tent city), 1950. Photo courtesy of GPO


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Sukkah at the Jewish school in Vinnitsa . Food parcels from Christians for Israel ...

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The festival of Sukkot in Jerusalem Sept 2013 (Feast of Tabernacles, Booth)

Thousands of Christian pilgrims attend the Feast of Tabernacles celebration in Ein Gedi, near the Dead Sea, October 06, 2017 (International Christian ...

Sukkot at the Western (Wailing) Wall in Jerusalem

... Sukkot except for Shabbat—as long as it is daytime—there is a good chance that your hosts will invite you to perform this mitzvah and show you how.

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Sukkot in the Synagogue, by Leopold Pilichowski

Jewish mother and daughter decorate their sukkah

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Birth of Jesus at Sukkot

Sukkot is celebrated among many Jewish people worldwide.

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The Last Day of Sukkot

Sukkot, or Feast of Tabernacles, is a Biblical holiday celebrated in late September to late October. The holiday lasts seven days.

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FILE: The Dome of the Rock, the Western Wall and the Mughrabi Gate entrance


10 Things You Probably Don't Know About Sukkot

(Yeshua Messiah, Jesus Christ) was born on the 1st day of Sukkot/Feast of Tabernacles, and was circumcised the 8th day (This is no coincidence it is an ...

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Jews circling the bimah on Sukkot. Credit: Alex Levin

Sukkot-parade-evangelicals support Israel

The ICEJ's Feast of Tabernacles

So what is Sukkot, and why is it such an important feast in the Jewish calendar?


Jewish people around the world are celebrating Sukkot, the biblical Feast of Tabernacles, which is also a meaningful holiday for many Christians.


Religious Jewish men holding the "Four Species" of Sukkot wait to enter the Temple

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It is probably the least known day of the Jewish calendar to non-Jews, who are culturally familiar with Passover, Rosh HaShanah, Yom Kippur, and Hanukkah.

Sukkot, Hoshana Rabbah 2013 at the Hurva Synagogue, Jerusalem. Wikimedia

Sukkah roofs. Photo via Wikipedia