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Avner Zarmi is a long-time resident of Wisconsin. Now semi-retired after 31 years in the aerospace industry, the ordained rabbi is devoting himself to teaching, Republican politics, and culturally conservative causes.

WRITTEN BY Avner Zarmi
As Sukkot ends, a unique observance takes place.
Can Jews share their neighbors' sukka or must each citizen build his own?
Sanctifying the kohén so he can sacrifice G-d's bread.
Chareidi Jews struggle to protect their way of life.
They fight for dominance, not tolerance.
The first half is Babylon, who's the second half?