Chanuka


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Chan´u`ka


n.1.same as Hanukka; - a variant spelling.
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THE Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Councillor Margaret Jones, together with faith leaders and residents will join members of the Jewish community next week for the city's first community lighting of a menorah to mark the start of the Jewish Chanuka festival.
The adoption by Habad of Jewish religious and other symbols--whether in terms of the application of public relations to its outreach work, to photographic imaging of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, or such symbols of prayer as the menorah at Chanuka, the laying of phylacteries (tephillin) by men in their daily prayers, and the lighting of Sabbath candles by women--makes a study of Chabad's visual culture timely and important.
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