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Hanukkah 2013 Epilogue: Los Angeles Festival of Lights with Iraqi Muslims
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LOS ANGELES, December 9, 2013—Hanukkah 2013 is now in the history books as America shifted its focus to Pearl Harbor Day, the Winter Solstice, Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Before leaving Hanukkah behind, it is worth commemorating a very special occurrence that made this Hanukkah like no other.

Another Mosque Project Seeks Support, This Time With Jewish Help
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Given that Hanukkah marks the Maccabees’ defeat of a Syrian despot, it may be an irony, but Greene, regional director of the Los Angeles-based Progressive Jewish Alliance, sees the project and his group’s support of it as “a rededication of religious faith and freedom.”

Happy Hanukkah!
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Tonight marks the beginning of Hanukkah and there is seven more nights to follow. Let us hope each night will be better than the last. We should continue to preserve and appreciate our differences, for that is what makes us Americans. Happy Hanukkah to all.