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Simchat Torah

 Simchat Torah, the last day of Sukkut. The last passage in the Torah is read and then the first passage in the Torah is immediately read. 

There are dancing and singing around the synagogues and streets carying the Torah scrolls: Hakafot . Many people are given the honor of carrying a Torah scroll in the Hakafot..

, the last day of Sukkut. The last passage in the Torah is read and then the first passage in the Torah is immediately read.
There are dancing and singing around the synagogues and streets carying the Torah scrolls: Hakafot . Many people are given the honor of carrying a Torah scroll in the Hakafot..

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