The sukkah, which can house up to 650 people, will be open to the public during the intermediate days of the Sukkot holiday. By Yulia Karra, ISRAEL21c The municipality of Jerusalem announced that it has once again built the world’s largest sukkah for the week-long holiday of Sukkot, which begins this Friday night. The 800-square-meter... Read more »

Jews from Arabic speaking countries have a unique way of celebrating the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Take an insider's look at the holiday celebrations of Israel's Sephardic Jewish communities.

"Papua New Guinea is a big country with big opportunities. And I think that the fact that you have an embassy here will enable us to realize all these potentials," says Netanyahu.