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The “Israel in Arabic” page of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs published on the social networking site “Twitter” a move to celebrate Sukkot, Umbrella Day, or Throne Day for Jews by inaugurating a “throne” in front of Burj Khalifa for the first time.
The page published a video clip, and said that one of the traditions of this holiday is the erection of a throne as a reminder of the thrones that the children of Israel set up in Sinai, Egypt, after they left it after forty years.
According to the website of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the duration of this holiday is seven days, and it is considered distinct days in terms of the prayers and recitations that are held in it. Thousands of citizens set up a throne (sokka) for temporary accommodation near the house, on the roofs, or on open balconies.
The second ritual that distinguishes this holiday is the bouquet that the Jews hold during the morning prayer, and it is composed of palm fronds, strangers, some myrtle branches (a type of basil) and willow branches.
This holiday is considered an occasion for joy and joy, and shops and institutions are closed throughout the days of the Eid, while some work half-time.
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