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Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights is a celebration in the Jewish calender that ocurs ever year in December. Jews in ancient times beleived it was a miracle when a small amount of lamp oil lasted for eight days. Today, many celebrate the eight day of the festival by lighting candels in a special candlestick called a menorah. they all so give gifts and enjoy fryed foods such as jelly-filled doughnuts.

 

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Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is a celebration in the Jewish calendar that occurs every year in December. Jews in ancient times believed it was a miracle when a small amount of lamp oil lasted for eight days. Today, many celebrate the eight days of the festival by lighting candles in a special candlestick called a menorah. They also give gifts and enjoy fried foods such as jelly-filled doughnuts.

 

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