Who sat in an 'Indoor Sukkah'?

An in depth look at what the Samaritans, who live in our midst and believe themselves close to Judaism, really do.

Walter Bingham,

Member of the Samaritans in a 'fake' sukkah
Member of the Samaritans in a 'fake' sukkah
Nasser Ishtayeh/Flash 90

Who sat in a 'Indoor Sukkah'?

I begin with an item that concerns our relations with the Arab world and also our immediate neighbors.

If you are only interested in populist rhetoric, then I suggest you switch off now, because this is an intellectual analysis by two of our most qualified experts in these fields.

I believe that their presentation, although edited, will give you an enlightened perspective on today's Arab world and also on how to deal with the problems caused by our immediate neighbors.

That will be followed by two, more light-hearted items. First, why the Christian visitors come to Israel in their thousands for Sukkot or what they call the feast of Tabernacles - and how they see us.

Also: A look in depth at what the Samaritans, who live in our midst and believe to be close to Judaism really do - and the distorted way in which they celebrate what they believe to be Sukkot.




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