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Tag Archives: Channukah
Chanukah has just begun here in Israel, and while you’re reading this we will be at our daughter’s house together with our other children and multitudes of grandchildren, lighting the candles and stuffing ourselves on assorted festive goodies. Chanukah celebrates … Continue reading
Despite the extremely unseasonable, boiling hot temperatures outside here in Israel (it hit 31°C today) (even though winter doesn’t usually set in till after Channukah), and even though it is still only November, Channukah (or Hannukah or Hanukah or Chanuka … Continue reading
It’s the last night of Channukah so what better time to watch this cute video (via the twitter feed of the Israeli Consulate in New York). Channukah same’ach, enjoy what’s left of the festival!
Another year has rolled by so quickly and Channukah has just begun here in Israel. I take the liberty or reposting what I wrote post about Channukah last year: A short history of Channukah, from Aish.com The Hebrew word Chanukah … Continue reading