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Articles tagged “Hanukkah”
JERUSALEM (RNS) For decades, the site’s sole menorah has been lit on the men’s side of the wall, a fact that has angered Israeli and American women’s rights activists.
(RNS) The return of the aid worker may also lead to “normalizing” relations after a 54-year trade and tourism embargo with Cuba.
(RNS) For a “successful” holiday, there are still many things American Jews don’t know about Hanukkah.
(RNS) Jews are so good at writing and singing Christmas songs. But we found at least one man who can make that dreidel song swing.
(RNS) Something for your pastor, your Jewish brother-in-law, your Muslim child and your secularist sister.
“According to many in the Jewish community, Hanukkah and Thanksgiving have much more in common this year than just a calendar date. They both celebrate gratitude, community, and religious tolerance.”
(RNS) One holiday calls us to stop everything and appreciate; another demands that we stop everything and agitate.