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Hanukkah Lights 2018

Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz read a new lineup of Hanukkah stories about magic candles, a view from an old Israeli fortress and a family's Hanukkah spent at Ellis Island.
Source: Rebecca Siegel

Family, community, faith and strength. Hanukkah commemorates both the rededication of the old temple in Jerusalem and the resilience of the Jewish people. For 28 years, NPR's has celebrated the Festival of Lights with seasonal stories

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