Jimmy DeYoung: October 29, 2019

The Jewish holy-day of Simchat Torah is a day that demonstrates the love that the Jewish people have for the "Torah", the first five books of the Bible. On this day, that follows the seven-day Feast of Tabernacles, the Jews end the annual reading of the Torah and begin, within 3 minutes, the reading once again for the next year, of the Torah. Today on PTIB Winkie Medad comes to the Broadcast Table to explain the holy-day and the importance of this day to the Jewish People and its meaning to them. Winkie will give that explanation to Jimmy DeYoung, and then give Jimmy an up-date on the political process in the recent Israeli elections.

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