Israeli technological prowess went head to head against the Arab Spring, and won.
As a result, there is no shortage of date palm fronds (lulavim), one of the so-called four species observant Jews require in a ritual celebrating the holiday of Succot, or Tabernacles, that begins at sundown on Wednesday.
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Israel Matzav wrote about the ability to obtain lulavim.
...But the United States only needs 200,000 lulavim each year. Here in Israel, we need 700,000...
The Jewish virtual library estimates that as of 2010 there were 5,703,700 Jews living in Israel and 5,275,000 Jews living in America.
One can see that the percentage of Jews who are planning to use a lulav is much higher in Israel than in America. It's time to make aliyah.