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A Sukkot tradition

A Dry Bones cartoon by Yaakov Kirschen about Sukkot.

Credit: Yaakov (DryBones) Kirschen.
Credit: Yaakov (DryBones) Kirschen.

A growing part of our annual Jerusalem march is the number of Christians from around the world who now take part. 

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem holds a Feast of Tabernacles on Sukkot every year. This year’s event has brought about  3,000 Christians from more than 80 nations, including groups from Egypt, Turkey and as far away as Fiji.

A specially chartered flight from Fiji Airways made its first-ever landing at Ben-Gurion International Airport just in time to bring in a contingent of Fijian Christian supporters of Israel who will, of course, be marching with Israeli participants in this, our 68th annual Jerusalem march.

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