TSA: Ignore Jews Acting Strangely at Airports
Traveling with a lulav and etrog could cause some airport security headaches.
While the palm branch spine and citron fruit used for ritual purposes on Sukkot aren’t technically on the Transportation Security Administration’s prohibited items list, both the agricultural nature of the items, and the Lulav’s sword-like shape, have been known to raise some security eyebrows.
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The Sukkot travel period this year is begins Sept. 30 and ends Oct. 13.