Schabb, Deborah Fineblum
December 2014
Baltimore Jewish Times;12/12/2014, Vol. 341 Issue 6, p42
The article discusses Hanukkah menorah or chanukiah that is lit during the Jewish festival of Hanukkah that is adopted as a symbol of the state of Israel that marks the Israeli history and traditions stressing on the need for Jews to unite and connect with each other in difficult times.


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