Daily Life Roundup: Oct. 8, 2014

An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man checks an etrog, a lemon-like citrus fruit, for blemishes to determine if is ritually acceptable as one of the four items used as a symbol on the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, in Jerusalem, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. According to Jewish tradition, during the Sukkot holiday, known as the Feast of theContinue reading “Daily Life Roundup: Oct. 8, 2014”

An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man checks an etrog, a lemon-like citrus fruit, for blemishes to determine if is ritually acceptable as one of the four items used as a symbol on the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, in Jerusalem, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. According to Jewish tradition, during the Sukkot holiday, known as the Feast of the Tabernacles, Jews are commanded to bind together a palm frond, or “lulav,” with two other branches, along with an “etrog,” they make up the “four species” used in holiday rituals. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)

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