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.
Law Enforced in 'East Jerusalem' - Against JewsMunicipality 'finally crosses Green Line to enforce law'; no, not the 57 illegal mosques - sukkah boards left up in synagogue yard.
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.
The Sukkah of faith, the Sukkah of redemptionWe take our leave of the Sukkah on Erev Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah. A review.
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.
World's Largest Date in President's SukkahThe Agricultural Ministry will present to visitors in President Shimon Peres' Sukkah the world's largest date, grown in Israel.
Peres to Rav Ovadia: Ahmadinejad a Modern Haman“All of us would prefer to get rid of Ahmadinejad, the modern Haman, without war,” President Peres told Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in his Sukkah.
Video: Hakafot Shniot in Urban IsraelTens of thousands dance again after the holiday is over in Israel. Arutz Sheva brings you Petach Tikva and Givat Shmuel.
Photo Essay: Sukkot Wrap-UpAs Sukkot ends, Israel National News takes a look at the scenes of the holiday, including the Gilad Shalit sukkah, a party in the park and more.
Kippur Ends, Time for SukkahsMany hundreds of thousands of Jews spent part or all of the day in synagogues today - and now it's time to start building a Sukkah.
Wall Street Bullish for SukkotSukkot on Wall Street: An 800-square foot rooftop sukkah overlooks the financial district. “The crisis made people think,” says a Chabad rabbi.
Sukkot Thoughts: I Don't Understand Our PeopleThoughts on the demands of the Sukkot Festival, the Four Species used on the holiday and the processions that take place during the holiday.