Sukkot on the J Site and 70 holiday links

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Oct 14, 2005, 9:12:19 AM10/14/05
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Hi Everyone!

Sukkot is the Jewish holiday that commemorates how protective "Clouds of
Glory" surrounded the Jewish people after leaving Egypt during the forty
years of wandering in the desert. It also commemorates how the Jews
lived in temporary dwellings during that same time. Sukkot begins Monday
evening, October 17 and continues until Wednesday, October 26th 2005.
(In Israel, ends Tuesday night, October 25th.)

The J Site - Jewish Education and Entertainment

has several entertaining features to celebrate Sukkot:

Jewish Trivia Quiz: Sukkot

What is the Hebrew date of the first day of Sukkot ?
What is another name for the Sukkot holiday ?
What does Sukkot commemorate ?
What is the minimum area of a Sukkah as defined in the Talmud ? What is
the maximum height of a Sukkah ? What does the Aramaic word "Ushpizin"
mean ? Who gets called to the Torah reading on Simchat Torah ?

The above questions are examples from the multiple choice
Flash quiz. There are two levels of questions, two timer settings. Both
kids and adults will find it enjoyable.

Additional Sukkot resources and games on the J site include: Free Sukkot
Clipart The Multilingual Hangman Game (English / Hebrew) The
Multilingual Word Search Game (English / Hebrew / Russian) My Hebrew
Songbook (Hebrew Song Lyrics) My Jewish Coloring Book (online / offline)

The J site has something for everyone, but if that is not enough, I
posted on my website 70 links about Sukkot, from laws and customs to
games and recipes. Site languages include English, Hebrew, Russian,
Spanish, French, Portuguese, German and Italian. All 70 links have been
reviewed / checked this week. The web address is:

Please forward this message to relatives and friends,
so they may benefit from these holiday resources.

Happy Sukkot!

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