US Hindu statesmen sends early Chanukah greetings to Jews

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November 27, 2010 08:25

 
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Hindus sent early Chanukah greetings to Jewish communities around the world, according to a statement released by Rajan Zed, a Hindu chaplain in Nevada who is the president of the Universal Society of Hinduism.

Zed "expressed warmest greetings on Chanukah, wishing happiness, peace and joy to all Jews," and said "all religions should work together for a just and peaceful world."

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