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8 Short Thoughts for 8 Chanukah Nights

8 Short Thoughts for 8 Chanukah Nights

Rabbi Sacks has written eight short thoughts, one for each night of Chanukah. These make great inspirational reading, one for each candle or as an entire article to discuss with family and friends. Chanukah sameach!
The Light of Chanukah: Jewish Freedom and the Dark Times in Between

The Light of Chanukah: Jewish Freedom and the Dark Times in Between

The light of Chanukah follows the pattern of Jewish history, the light and the dark times in between – oppression, faith and warriors who overcome impossible odds to regain Jewish freedom and sovereignty.

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Unfinished Journey: The Path to Jewish Independence

Unfinished Journey: The Path to Jewish Independence

The path to Jewish independence did not begin with the establishment of the State of Israel, it is an ancient journey that is still unfinished.

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Preserving Holocaust Memory Through Jewelry

Preserving Holocaust Memory Through Jewelry

Dana Rogozinski explains why she created the Jakob and Ella jewelry line to help preserve Holocaust memory, honoring her grandparents and how others can also benefit.

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Chanukah Arts

Chanukah Arts

Bring the legacy of Chanukah in to your home with engaging art projects and family activities that will make the heroes of Chanukah and the spirit of Israel come alive.

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Cooking Israel For Chanukah

Cooking Israel For Chanukah

It is now easier than ever to add some Taste of Israel recipes to your Chanukah meals! Don't let the fried food stop you - this is the holiday to consume delicious Levivot, Sufganiyot and more!

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Maoz Tzur

Maoz Tzur

Chanukah song which recalls the many times when Jewish communities were saved from the people around them.

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Chanukah Make a Difference

Chanukah Make a Difference

This Chanukah is an opportunity to get involved and make a difference in a way that becomes part of your holiday tradition, deepening your connection to the holiday and the land the Maccabees fought for, Zion.

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Jewish Rights: A Nation State for the Jewish People

Jewish Rights: A Nation State for the Jewish People

Is it legitimate to found and maintain a State specifically for the Jewish People? Interestingly, both antisemites and liberal Jews find themselves struggling with this question. But once the answer to this question was very clear – Jewish rights to a nation state are laid out very clearly in Israel’s Declaration of Independence.