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Eliyahu Kitov

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Although festive meals are not prescribed for the days of Chanukah, it is traditional to eat foods that are fried in oil...
Working on Chanukah; what is permitted and what not? And why do women practice a special work stoppage while the Chanukah candles burn?
The special Chanukah prayers and Torah readings.
The preferred way to fulfill the mitzvah of lighting the Chanukah Menorah is to use pure olive oil and wicks of cotton...
The Sages ordained that the Chanukah lights should be lit at the entrance to one's home, facing the street. In recent times, however....
When to light the menorah, what can't be done until the menorah is kindled, and an assortment of other Chanukah menorah rules and customs.
What is Chanukah? The Rabbis taught: For when the Greeks entered the Sanctuary, they defiled all of the oils used for kindling the Menorah. And when the Hasmonean House prevailed...
From "The Book of our Heritage"
Rabbi Eliyahu Ki-Tov examines the various laws, rituals and customs associated with Chanukah and the lighting of the menorah.
Take a plate with one whole matzah (or one whole challah if performing the ceremony before Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret or Shavuot) and either a piece of cooked fish, cooked meat or a hard-boiled egg on it, (it is a good idea to wrap the matzah/...
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