Purim is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in Israel. Purim in Israel is embraced by the whole country, from religious Jews in Jerusalem to secular Tel Avivians, it is a time of festivity and celebrated far beyond its original religious roots. Purim parties take place across Israel, with Purim street parties with carnival atmospheres taking place in almost every city, town and village in the country. Purim is also one of the biggest nights of the year at clubs up and down the country. With so much going on, and so much color in the amazing costumes that can be seen, Purim in Israel is a fascinating time to be in the country. In 2017, the festival of Purim will take place from the evening of March 11 until the evening of March 12 although events extend over the weekend, with many events taking place on Thursday and Friday March 9-10. Read more HERE!
However the Holiday has begun a little earlier in the U.S. Apparently turning over head-markers in Jewish Cemeteries has become a fad. The media would have you believe the source of this vandalism is Trump supporters celebrating their victory in the 2016 election. However, the culprits just might be Trump-haters doing it and blaming Donald's people with the aid of their adoring supporters at NBC, CBS, MSNBC and other leftist outlets.