Remembering Terror Victim with Ancient CelebrationElhanan Attali renewed Beit HaShoeivah ceremony to original site at the Pool of Shiloach a few years before being killed in terror attack.
The Deep Secrets of SukkotWhat is the real meaning behind the the Sukkah? What four species represent us?
PA Media: Birkat Kohanim? Jewish 'Desecration'Forget the Temple Mount - Palestinian Press Agency says Western Wall is Muslim, Jewish Priestly Blessings 'desecrate' it.
Thousands at Kotel for Birkat Kohanim, HakhelSecurity forces have reinforced the Old City since dawn as thousands expected to attend special ceremonies.
Humiliated Father Describes Old City AssaultHaredi dad who was attacked by Arabs, Nazi-style, along with his crying children, describes being kicked, spat upon - and how no one helped.
50,000 Flood Israel's Parks and ReservesNational Parks Authority wary of overcrowding after Israelis flock to make the most of their vacation time.
Symbols of Sukkot and Derech EretzWhen holding the four species of palm branch, citron, myrtles and willows, there is much more there than meets the eye.
Jerusalem Public Transport Expanded Over SukkotEgged bus lines within the capital and between cities to run until 1:00 am; Light Rail shuts down after employee strike.
Muslim Firebombers Attack Police on Temple MountIslamists camped out at Al Aqsa Mosque overnight attack police with rocks and firebombs Monday morning, igniting a small fire.
Chag Sameach from Arutz Sheva!Arutz Sheva wishes all its readers a joyous Sukkot holiday. Regular news updates resume Monday night.
Pleasant Weather Greets Israel for SukkotAfter weeks of heat, Israel will finally get some much-needed relief as it celebrates the Sukkot holiday.
Secular and Religious Jews Renew Sukkot PilgrimageHead of group bringing Jews of all stripes together for Sukkot pilgrimage tells Arutz Sheva all about the march for unity.
Elderly Man Dies from Sukkah Electrocution82-year-old electrocuted while building sukkah in Jerusalem dies hours later in hospital; 20-year-old electrocuted in Bnei Brak market.
Jerusalem Man Electrocuted Building Sukkah82-year-old critically wounded during preparations for upcoming Jewish holiday, medics on scene 'miraculously' save his life.
Only One Week to go: Fried, Shwekey on One StageTickets going fast for the Oct. 1 show at Jerusalem International Convention Center.
President to Host 'Open Sukkah' for Israeli PublicPresident Reuven Rivlin decorated his Sukkah on Thursday, with the help of some friends - and invited everyone in Israel to come celebrate.
Jerusalemites May Build Sukkahs Until 11 PMNoise regulations in holy city will be changed to allow sukkah construction on the evening after Yom Kippur.
Israeli Four Species Farmers Under ThreatIgnorance of laws of sabbatical year means many Jews falsely believe they can't buy from Jewish farmers; damage could be irreversible.
Montreal Suburb Limits Jewish Sukkot ObservanceWith severe limits on holiday, Outremont borough becoming 'most restrictive municipality in the world' according to hassidic councillor.
Car Hits Sukkah Wounding Father and Infant SonsOn last day of Sukkot, parked car rolls downhill in Jerusalem, with the wounded including a one-year-old boy.
Thousands Pray at Kotel on Last Day of SukkotArutz Sheva was on the scene for vatikin prayers at dawn for Hoshana Raba, the seventh day of the 'Feast of Tabernacles.'
Thousands Gather for Sukkot in HevronMasses flock to Cave of the Patriarchs for major holiday - and are undeterred by first rains of the season.
Gantz: Together, We Are UnstoppableIDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz on Monday hosted representatives of all of the IDF's military wings and divisions.
President Goes Green in Open SukkahPresident Rivlin promotes awareness of the importance of environmental conservation, including recycling.
Watch: Thousands Celebrate Sukkot in HevronArutz Sheva caught all the action as thousands of Jews listened to music and danced in front of the Cave of Machpelah.
Watch: Thousands Party at Merkaz Harav YeshivaLeading figures in religious Zionism attend annual Sukkot celebration harkening back to Temple times.
Minister Declares Goal: 30-Plus MKs for LikudLikud's Yisrael Katz says Likud needs to make sure most of the ministers in next government are from its ranks.
Photo Essay: Musical Hallel at Judean OutpostSongs of praise led with musical instruments at special community erected in memory of murdered Israeli teens.
Feiglin: 'Hamas and ISIS Control the Temple Mount'"Hamas and ISIS control the Temple Mount; police not arresting terrorists in the heart of the capital," said MK Moshe Feiglin.
Thousands at Western Wall for Birkat KohanimTraditional ceremony whereby the Cohen-priests bless the masses draws huge crowds every year.
Sukkot Pilgrimage To Hershey ParkEvery year on Chol HaMoed (intermediate day) Sukkot, thousands of Jews gather at Hershey Park for a day of kosher festivities.
First Day of Sukkot CelebratedJews began marking the seven day holiday in which they eat and sleep inside temporary structures called sukkot.
Joyous Sukkot Holiday Starts Sunday NightJews world over have built their sukkot, chosen their "4 species", and are ready to fulfill the Bible's command to rejoice on this festival.
Thoughts on SukkotSukkot is a time for Jewish unity and, in the future, for all nations of the world to come to Zion.
Photo Essay: Israel Prepares for Holiday of SukkotNational unity, Torah values celebrated in high point of Israel's holiday season, as the country readies itself for seven days of joy.
Chabad Mitzvah-Cycles: Bringing Sukkot to JewsFrom New York to Denmark and England, Chabad's pedi-cabs are bringing the holidays to Jews - and bringing Jews to the holidays.
Sukkah Building Tragedy: Man Falls and DiesA man in his 30s fell from his balcony in Modi'in Illit. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition and died of his injuries.
Ministry: Pest Attacking Sukkah Palm Branch CoversThe Agricultural Ministry on Monday warned Israelis to beware: the red palm weevil has infected many of Israel's palm trees.
'When The Sukkahs Come Falling'Hassidic folk-rock band Rogers Park release their debut music video "Sukkah's Falling", a parody of the The Beatles "I've Just Seen A Face."
Rabbi Forbids Dieting Over Festive PeriodJewish weight-watchers beware...!
Christians Join Samaria Harvest EffortA recent Sukkot event at Har Bracha in the Shomron saw dozens of Christian volunteers join families for their annual harvest.
Simchat Beit Hasho'eva Celebrations Across IsraelAs the festival of Sukkot draws to a close, footage from joyous celebrations throughout the country.
Photo Essay: Jerusalem Sukkot Street FairPhoto essay & podcast: An organic eco sukkah, a blind-folded chess master, and new olim from around the world celebrate Sukkot.
Repeat Performance: Jews Banned from Temple MountActivists say police have failed in their duty to secure Jewish visits, call for shared prayer arrangements to prevent discrimination.
Sukkot Celebrations at Merkaz Harav YeshivaThousands join in lively "simchat beit hasho'eva" celebrations at Jerusalem's Merkaz Harav yeshiva.
Hevron: We Will Continue to CelebrateMembers of the Jewish community in Hevron: Despite the terrorism, we must continue to celebrate Sukkot by the thousands.
5,000 Christian Pilgrims to Visit CapitalThe International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem is preparing to welcome 5,000 pilgrims for its annual Feast of Tabernacles.
Tax Authority Takes Aim at 4 Species SellersIsrael's tax authority has set it's targets on sellers of the four species sold for the sukkot festival who don't declare their earnings.
Yitzhar Event in Support of Boaz AlbertYitzhar will host an event during Sukkot to support Boaz Albert's family after a court order forced his expulsion from Judea and Samaria.
Haifa Sukkah Project: Break the Paper Chain RecordYouth groups from Haifa plan to produce the world's longest paper chain, to qualify for the Guinness Book of World Records.
Reviving an Ancient Temple Mount TraditionTemple Institute's Rabbi Chaim Richman explains his group's latest initiative to revive the Temple Mount pilgrimage.
Chief Rabbis' Blessings for Arutz Sheva ReadersIn an Arutz Sheva exclusive, the Chief Rabbi of Israel and the Chief Rabbi of Rehovot express their hopes and blessings for the coming year.
Video: Thousands Pray at Dawn at Western WallThousands of Jews prayed Sunday at sunrise on “Hoshana Raba”, the last day of the seven-day Sukkot holiday and the eve of Simchat Torah.
Jerusalem March - Support from Across the GlobeArutz Sheva spoke with some of the many visitors from overseas who partcipated in the annual Succot Jerusalem March.
Thousands Celebrated at the Mercaz Harav YeshivaThe annual Sukkot "Simchat Beit Hashoeva" celebration was held at Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem. A7 brings the sights and sounds.