Today marks the end of the Jewish Holiday – Hanukkah 2017

What is Hanukkah?

Hanukkah – meaning “dedication” – is the Jewish festival of lights lasting eight days and it normally falls around November or December.

Over two-thousand years ago, it is believed that the Jews rebelled against their ruler in Judea, who tried to make them worship Greek gods.

After three tough years of battling, the Jews finally overthrew their ruler and reclaimed the Temple of Jerusalem – restoring it to the Jewish faith and dedicating it back to their God.

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