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The sorrow that flooded France was not about one wounded structure, but about a nation’s lost soul.
The holiest day in Judaism.
The single fruit is green and about the size of a large plum, and therefore far smaller than the fruit grown in Israel, Morocco and Italy for export during the holiday.
The story of Hanukkah, occurring approximately 2,200 years ago, continues to be a milestone for generations, teaching us about dedication to spiritual principles.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
There is no question that Hanukkah is the most popular of all the Jewish holidays.
By STEWART WEISS
One of the poem’s uncomfortable recurring themes is vengeance.
By BRIAN BLUM
It should come as no surprise that the Sages tell Hanukkah stories about both the inextinguishable light of Jewish nature and the universal human hope that dawn follows the dark.
By MIKE FEUER
Seven leaders who underscore Israel’s successes
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Do we really believe that our fate for the coming year is determined on this day?
By YAIR SHELEG
If piloted carefully, middle-class life can make for productive, sustainable, healthy haredi society.
A meaningful recitation of the slihot can be both moving and inspiring, preparing one with the proper mindset for the approaching Days of Awe.
By FRED GOTTLIEB
May the new year be a good, sweet and peaceful one.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Listen to each other on Israel’s nation-state debate
By AVI WEISS
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