Happy Tu B’Shvat! Source: Yuval Oz
\ 🌲✡️ Tu B’Shabbat Shalom Dry Bones
🕎 #Chanukah SPOTTED: Outside a Brooklyn window Source: @hasidiminusa — in Brooklyn, New York
🕎 Surfboard #Menorah — in Laguna Beach, California Chabad of Laguna Beach
🕎 Perfect Shot: Kennedy Space Center, Falcon 9 space X launch right up the middle of this menorah. Source: @capturedbychavi — in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
🏠🍬🍭🍫🕎 #ShabbatShalom from my Chanukah dream house to yours; Hanukkah Gingerbread House Source: Lauren Katz
Basic Chanukah Meme, I think we got all the standard jokes in there!
CHANUKAH 1931 “It was on a Friday afternoon right before Shabbat that this photo was taken. My grandmother realized that this was a historic photo, and she wrote on the back of the photo that ‘their flag wishes to see the death of Judah, but Judah will always survive, and […]
Oops! This is what happens when Santa accidentally shows up at a Jewish home!
🇮🇱🕎 HAPPY CHANUKAH From The Israeli Air Force: “In honor of the 5th candle, here is our Human-Menorah”
Humans Menorah: Employees of Israel’s electric company gather to celebrate the festival of lights by making a human menorah! #HappyChanukah 🕎💡
✡️🍩 Happy #Chanukah from Canada ☕️ Source: @yescoffeenodecaf — in Toronto, Ontario
🕎🏙 ”We’re turning into NYC’s largest menorah by glowing in blue & white with a flickering candle in our mast for the next 5 nights in honor of #Chanukah!” – Empire State Building — in New York, New York Chanukah State of Mind
Jewish volunteers of the British auxiliary territorial service celebrating Hanukkah in Cairo, Egypt, 1942.
Jewish volunteers of the British auxiliary territorial service celebrating Hanukkah in Cairo, Egypt, 1942. Source: Kluger Zoltan, Government Press Office — in Cairo, Egypt
✡️ Then and Now Source: Joseph Waks — in Berlin, Germany.
“Happy #Hanukkah from the New York Transit Museum! In this clever holiday card, created by local Brooklynite Cheryl Berkowitz, the heart of Downtown Brooklyn is transformed into the menorah.” 🕎 Chanukah begins Sunday, December 2nd at sundown. Source: @nytransitmuseum — in Brooklyn, New York.
8 days of Chanukah explained.