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An Indian Jew shares her Hanukkah traditions
How the ancient Hanukkah story inspires a modern thinking about race and authenticity.
A Hanukkah latke recipe inspired by Mexican and Jewish family traditions.
Three generations cook Sephardic recipes for Hanukkah.
White Ashkenazi author writes Indian Jewish children's book that reflects the changing Jewish world.
From gefilte fish to the mufletta, Jewish cuisine is as varied as the many countries Jews have lived in
And in that day, a great ram’s horn shall be sounded; and the strayed who are in the land of Assyria and the expelled who are in the land of Egypt shall come and worship Hashem on the holy mount, in Yerushalayim.” Isaiah 27:13 (The Israel Bible™)
at a Hanukkah celebration over the weekend in Bahrain, a Muslim-majority monarchy whose king has sanctioned celebrations of the Jewish holiday.
As we approach our upcoming Festival of Lights, our stories about the Maccabees and our nation’s triumph over religious and political oppression.