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Both of Joseph’s dreams came true: Eleven brothers prostrated themselves to Joseph, and they bowed again after Jacob and Bilha joined them.
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Adams shared Chanukah message of hope from atop World’s Largest Menorah
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Test your menorah knowledge!

Our world today is built upon the foundations of two similar cultures: the Jewish and the Greek. Both treasured the world of ideas.

Yet, to this day, they represent two worldviews, still locked in battle.

To this day, we struggle: Does human dignity mean that our minds are the measure of all things?

Or does it mean...

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Celebration caps a year of unprecedented Jewish growth at the Ivy League college
Jewish News
It is kindled for 43rd year in outdoor ceremony on White House Ellipse
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Chabad averts a national menorah shortage amid current shipping crisis
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Fenster marks his personal Chanukah miracle with his hometown community
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Rabbi Shmuly and Freidy Hecht provide material and spiritual sustenance to all
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. . . and they find they have a lot in common.
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Sophisticated Brooklynite who nurtured children, welcomed guests and cared for others
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The dreidel teaches us how to break out of preconceived notions in how we view our world, ourselves, and others.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Even in Egypt, Joseph remained committed to the religion of his youth and the G‑d of his forefathers. What was his secret?
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A printable companion to help you celebrate Chanukah
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"Thirteen years ago, my parents made two big announcements..." Yakov Danzinger shares what life is like in Rostov, Russia – offering an inside view as the son of the Chabad emissaries there. This...
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Menorahs great and small brighten the world
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In a city targeted by neo-Nazis with ‘Vax the Jews’ message, Chabad is undeterred
Jewish News
Jewish pride will be on full display from hardwood to ice
Jewish Holidays
How well do you know the story of Chanukah? Take this quiz to find out!
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19 Kislev, 5745 • December 13, 1984
Health & Wellness
I watched my father, encloaked not in a red cape but in a weathered, white tallit, a joyful Chassidic melody on his lips.
It is told of the Chassidic master Rabbi Pinchas of Koritz that he toiled for truth for twenty one years: seven years he labored to banish falsehood from his heart, seven years to recognize the truth, and seven years to make the truth penetrate his heart
2nd Day of Chanukah Miracle (139 BCE)
On the 25th of Kislev in the year 3622 from creation, the Maccabees liberated the Holy Temple in... Read More »
Raavad's Passing (1198)
Rabbi Avraham ben David of Posquieres (Provence), known by the acronym "Raavad">, wrote the famed... Read More »
Oldest US Synagogue Dedicated (1763)
On this date, the "Touro Synagogue" was dedicated in Newport, Rhode Island. The synagogue, named... Read More »
In commemoration of the miracle of Chanukah we kindle the Chanukah lights—oil lamps or candles—each... Read More »
Special prayers of thanksgiving -- Hallel (in its full version) and V'Al HaNissim -- are added to the... Read More »
On Chanukah we eat foods fried in oil—such as latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiot (doughnuts) ... Read More »
It is customary to play dreidel—a game played with a spinning top inscribed with the Hebrew letters... Read More »
It is an age-old custom to distribute gifts of Chanukah gelt ("Chanukah money") to children on... Read More »
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