Mallorca Jews’ first ‘public’ sukkah is a victory over the Inquisition – Sukkot were abundant every year on the island of Mallorca, Spain, until the Inquision. This year, the island’s Jewish community is determined to reintroduce its tradition. | The Jerusalem Post
Before the Spanish Inquisition, the island of Mallorca had a sizeable Jewish community. Every fall, the island became dotted with the leaf-roofed huts that Jews are commanded to erect during the holiday of Sukkot.