Hanukkah 2019: When is it, and what to know (No, it’s not the ‘Jewish Christmas’)
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Ah, yes, Hanukkah. The Festival of Lights. The “Jewish Christmas.” The holiday that Adam Sandler wrote a song about.

To Jewish people, however, Hanukkah isn’t actually all that religious of a holiday  —though because of its proximity to Christmas, it’s often assumed the most important Jewish holiday. It’s not. Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Passover, for example, are more religiously observed, though Hanukkah certainly holds cultural significance.

Hanukkah 2019: When is it, and what to know (No, it’s not the ‘Jewish Christmas’)

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