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Menorah Placed Quietly at Sydney Terror Site; Rabbi Speaks With Grieving Father
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Lighting ceremony canceled, though Chanukah message comes through
The Public Menorah—a Symbol of Freedom in Buenos Aires—Turns 30
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After the fall of Argentina’s military junta, a rabbi raises Argentina’s first menorah, bringing hope to millions
People were shocked. The menorah was like a revolution here. They had never seen such an open display of Yiddishkeit before.
‘Light Will Win’ at Jerusalem Chanukah Ceremony for Fallen Soldiers
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A powerful menorah-lighting attended by 1,000 people to honor lives lost in summer’s war
The Public Menorah—a Symbol of Freedom in Buenos Aires—Turns 30
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After the fall of Argentina’s military junta, a rabbi raises Argentina’s first menorah, bringing hope to millions
40 Years Later: How the Chanukah Menorah Made Its Way to the Public Sphere
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Through the years and the courts, a small spark in Philadelphia now lights up the world
In Southern Hemisphere, Chanukah Takes on Warmer Tones
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It’s a summer holiday for Jewish communities and campers south of the Equator
Kindling the Lights of Chanukah, Steven Sotloff’s Parents Speak About Their Son
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Dispel darkness through light, as a slain Jewish journalist worked to do
V.P. Joe Biden Cites Rebbe’s Teachings; Explains How Jewish Values Are America’s Bedrock
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Lighting, songs and words of wisdom from children and elders
Calling All Students: Menorahs, Dreidels and Jewish Identity, With a College Spin
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Chabad on Campus emissaries work to bring Chanukah light and a little levity in the midst of final exams
Chanukah is a time of warmth, family and friends, and most importantly, of light. Every candle lit makes the world that much brighter.
‘I Dare You!’ Say Kids All Over the World This Chanukah
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A new program inspires the making of mitzvahs by the youngest set
Calling All Students: Menorahs, Dreidels and Jewish Identity, With a College Spin
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Chabad on Campus emissaries work to bring Chanukah light and a little levity in the midst of final exams
Q&A: Pressing Issues: Squeezing Out the Last Drop of Olive Oil for Your Menorah
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Colorado Rabbi Yisroel Engel has been showing kids how for almost 30 years
Everyone wants to do something for Chanukah on some level. It goes back to the miracle of the oil, and the miracle of the oil is the miracle of our existence.
Q&A: Pressing Issues: Squeezing Out the Last Drop of Olive Oil for Your Menorah
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Colorado Rabbi Yisroel Engel has been showing kids how for almost 30 years
The Puck Stops Here: Chanukah at Sports Stadiums All Over America
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From professional ice-hockey to basketball, the holiday message is the name of the game
The mitzvah of Chanukah is to publicize the miracle. This is a way to take that to the next level.
The Puck Stops Here: Chanukah at Sports Stadiums All Over America
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From professional ice-hockey to basketball, the holiday message is the name of the game
Special Chanukah Gifts for Kids With Parents in the Military or Prison
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Aleph Institute toy drive brightens the holiday for youngsters
Parents of U.S. Journalist Slain by ISIS to Light Chanukah Menorah in Miami
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Honoring Florida native Steven Sotloff, who worked to bring more light to dark places in the world
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden Slated to Attend National Menorah-Lighting
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Thousands are expected to attend the ‘the premiere Chanukah event in America’
Four Decades of Car Menorahs Lighting the Way
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With morphing sizes, shapes, materials and vehicles, they’ve become a familiar sight at Chanukah the world over
Those early car menorahs were crude wooden things. And we lit the menorah with flares, which looked great but was actually pretty dangerous.
‘New Year of Chassidism’ at Events Worldwide
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Honoring a day of freedom when Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi was released from a Czarist prison
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