Sukkot, Feast of Tabernacles, is a prophetic, thanksgiving holiday
The Feast of Tabernacles also looks forward to the final ingathering, when not only Israel but ‘many nations’ will be gathered to the Lord at Jerusalem
Cabinet Approves Plan for Visual Testimonies of Holocaust Survivors
Israel’s Cabinet approved Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s and Diaspora Affairs and Social Equality Minister Amichai Chikli’s proposal to budget 7 million Shekels ($1.9 million) for an initiative to collect visual testimony of Holocaust survivors.
Israel’s communications minister to visit Riyadh
Communications Minister Shlomo Karhi is scheduled to attend a global conference of the Universal Postal Union in Riyadh.
Israel reopens Gaza crossing amid ongoing border violence
Gazans have staged violent riots along the border on a near-daily basis throughout the month.
Canada PM offers ‘unreserved’ apology for applause of ex-Nazi, ‘pain’ it caused Jews
Trudeau admits ‘terrible mistake’ in recognizing Ukrainian WWII veteran Yaroslav Hunka, who served in unit that fought alongside Nazis
At least 50 injured when bus carrying children overturns near Beit Shemesh, 2 in serious condition
The accident occurred at the Ashtaul intersection on Route 38, when a bus carrying 12-year-old children overturned; At least two of the injured are in serious condition, one is sedated and on a ventilator
Iran claims to launch imaging satellite into orbit; IRGC chief: It will gather intel
Amid standoff with Western nations, Communication Minister Isa Zarepour tells state TV that a Noor-3 satellite has been put into orbit 280 miles above the Earth’s surface
Israel inks largest defense deal in its history
The German Air Force is to take delivery of Israel’s Arrow 3 missile defense system by the fourth quarter of 2025.
Israel and US hold joint air defense drill to counter major rocket barrage
Training includes use of all of Israel’s multi-layered air defenses, American systems from Elbit ‘battle lab’