Yitzchok Adlerstein

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As trade embargoes go, this one probably won’t make it into the history books. It won’t have much impact on the economy or create shortages of critical goods. But a decision by the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture to ban all sales of palm fronds to Israel this year was, at the least, not very neighborly.

Wednesday at sundown marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, an autumn celebration of God’s providence and bounty. Part of the celebration involves gathering four plants, including a date palm branch or lulav, which is used during a prayer and other parts of a religious service.…  Seguir leyendo »