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Monday, October 10, 2011 » Articles » Articles: "he Holiday of Sukkot is one where people leave the confines of their own home and dwell in a hut like structure for seven days to commemorate the protection that G-d bestowed upon the Jewish people in the desert after their exodus from Egypt. Ideally, one should eat, drink and sleep in the Sukkah throughout the week long holiday I imagine if one were to build a Sukkah and spend the entire holiday there, though the food he ate was not kosher and he purposely desecrated its laws. Such an individual obviously isn't fulfilling his purpose in the Sukkah. In fact, some may argue it would have been better for him not to build a Sukkah in the first place. "

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