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Building a Sukkah

During the biblical celebration of Sukkot (the Festival of Tabernacles), Jewish families spend time eating their meals (and even sleeping) in an outdoor shelter called a sukkah. The sukkah reminds us all of the years that God's people spent in the desert, and bring us joy in showing all that he provides us. Here, Tablet Magazine shares some time-lapse videos showing families sukkah-building.

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