WATCH: Chabad celebrates Hanukkah using water jets in Cozumel

This Hanukkah, Chabad activists in the Mexican Caribbean island of Cozumel celebrated the holiday of lights in a special way.

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December 7, 2018 10:17

Celebrating Hanukkah in Mexico with Chabad

Celebrating Hanukkah in Mexico with Chabad

 
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Chabad activists, lead by Rabbi Dudi Kfalin, celebrated the festival of lights by holding a huge Hanukkah menorah and using water-jets to circle the deep blue sea of the Mexican island Cozumel.

Usually the local Chabad house provides spiritual services to Jewish passengers aboard luxury cruise ships, which falls in well with celebrating the miracle of the holiday.



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