Temple Mount Movement Asking Ben Gvir to Hold Passover Sacrifice on April 5

"In the end, they sacrificed the abomination of Egypt before the Egyptians’ eyes and no one was stoned.”

Jewish Twitter: Hanukkah Celebrated in Muslim Countries

The Amram Blau group, disciples of the late founder of the Neturai Karta movement, burned an Israeli flag on Hanukkah

In Russia, ‘Despite the Situation, Permits Were Given’ for a Public Hanukkah Menorah Lighting

A large crowd of people participated in the joyous celebration, even though it was snowing and freezing cold.

Biden Cites the Talmud at Hanukkah Reception while UN Envoy Equates Jews with Terrorists

Also on hand at the reception was Charlie Cytron-Walker, who saved three hostages from a synagogue.

2 Sufganiyah-Related Choking Incidents on First Day of Hanukkah

A short while after the senior citizen choked on a sufganiyah in Netanya, another man choked on one in Ofakim.

New York City Street Art Reveals Heroism Amid Surging Antisemitism

The mural of Tibor Baranski, who saved 3,000 Jews during the Holocaust, was unveiled to much emotion from onlookers.

A Very Twitter Chanukah/Hanukkah

First, an explanation. This morning, I posted to The Jewish Press Online team: “Let's stick with one spelling: Chanukah.” And my colleague Hana Levi...

Jerusalem Mayor Lights First Chanukah Candle at Western Wall

"The bravery of the Hasmoneans is of learners in a Beit Midrash who decided to fight for the privilege of living and returning the glory of Israel’s monarchy.”

Mayor Adams, Ambassador Erdan Light World’s Largest Menorah on 59th Street

Chabad wants New Yorkers of all faiths to embrace the Chanukah message that promises hate and darkness will never win.

KKL-JNF Shares How Children Celebrated Chanukah When the World Was Black and White

"Since its establishment about 120 years ago, KKL-JNF photographers have accompanied the Jewish communities in Israel and abroad.”

43 Thousand Israelis Called by Names Related to the Chanukah Holiday

The most common name associated with Hanukkah is Or – 38,707.

Pre-Holocaust Menorah to be Featured at Turkish Consulate Hanukah Party in New York

How did a 19th century menorah from Prague end up being the star of a Hanukah party hosted by Turkey?

Izmir Sephardic Culture Festival Highlights Hanukah in Turkey

“Izmir is really the center of Sephardic Judaism in the 17th and 18th centuries. We see this everywhere, from music to food, from architecture to synagogues.”

WATCH: Huge Hanukah Menorah Set in Place at Western Wall

During the eight days and nights of the Hanukkah holiday a central candle lighting ceremony will take place every evening in the Western Wall Plaza.

First Evidence of Maccabees’ Revolt in Judean Desert Unearthed

A refugee probably hid the wooden box in the cave, intending to return to collect his money after the revolt.

Jewish Students Create Sensory Hanukah Cards for Disabled Israelis

The students’ holiday masterpieces feature bright colors, interesting textures and 3D elements for ADI’s residents and severely disabled students to look at and touch.

White House Unveils Chanukah Menorah as Part of Official Holiday Decorations for First Time

Chanukiot have previously been lit in the White House, but this is the first time one has been included as part of an official display.

Meet Religious Zionist Simcha Rothman, Ben Gvir’s Moderate Ally

“We want to restore the system through evolution, not revolution.”

Under Fire, Israelis Pray at Yosef’s Tomb in Shechem

Wednesday night’s entrance took place on the occasion of the Sukkot holiday and to mark the Ushpizin day of Yosef HaTzadik.

Jerusalem March to Complicate City Traffic Patterns on Thursday

Police asked drivers and march participants to obey instructions from police officers, and "to be patient."

Hakhel, Simchat Beit HaShoeva at the Western Wall in Jerusalem

"Assemble the people: the men, the women, the children..."

Thousands Participate in Recreation of Temple-Era Sukkot Water Libation Ceremony in Jerusalem

The “Pouring of the Water” was an important feature of the festival of Sukkot during the times of the Temple.

Western Wall Birkat HaKohanim Blessing from Jerusalem

The blessing of the Jewish priests takes place three times a year, during the three major pilgrimage festivals -- Sukkot, Pesach and Shavuot.

Sukkot 5783: Welcome to Armageddon

In these harrowing times, on this holiday of Sukkot, I am happy to be sitting in my balcony sukkah in the safest place on earth

Reverse Tashlich: Young Jewish Teachers Clean Up Beach on 10 Days of Awe

So far, more than a thousand young people have participated in the "Teachers' Trip" project.

Hanover Synagogue Window Damaged on Yom Kippur

“The perpetrator must have entered the synagogue grounds. I am deeply shocked.”

On Yom Kippur, Thousands of Israelis Treated for Medical Emergencies

MDA teams were called to assist 133 women in labor; one woman's baby was delivered by MDA Jerusalem.

Netanyahu Goes to Hospital During Yom Kippur

Benjamin Netanyahu didn't feel well towards the end of Yom Kippur.

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