A lulav is a palm branch, often along with myrtle or willow branches and a citron fruit, combined and collectively waved during different parts of the synagogue services at Sukkot.

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If you have not started building your sukkah immediately after Yom Kippur, you may want to get started so you can join in the fun and joyfulness of this holiday without having to scramble as depicted below.

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The cantor and incredible choir of the Israeli Defense Forces sing U’netaneh Tokef, the highlight of Yom Kippur liturgy, which concerns God determining who will die and who will live in the coming year.
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