A tradition of one small candle

But with Hanukka candlelighting, we turn outward

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December 13, 2017 18:52
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A MAN casts a shadow near candles lit for Hanukka in Ashdod

A MAN casts a shadow near candles lit for Hanukka in Ashdod. (photo credit: REUTERS/AMIR COHEN)

 
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 The story of Hanukka is significant in Jewish history.

A small group of Jews rose up against a foreign ruler who had been forcing idolatrous beliefs and customs on the Jewish people in the Land of Israel.

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