Happy Hanukkah!

MajorStyles

Pelican
Kona said:
I just wanted to wish any Talmudic or Reformed Jews on this forum a very Happy Hanukkah.

Feel free to post about your plans for the next eight days, or share some dreidel stories from your childhood.

Mazeltoff my brothers.

Aloha!

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Jetset

Ostrich
Disco_Volante said:
Some nice Jewish girls celebrating


I love the way this video immediately specifies "18 year old", as if the viewer's first question is obviously whether it will be morally acceptable kosher to fap.
 

Papaya

Peacock
Gold Member
In the spirit of inclusion

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Almost forgot Ramadan

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debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
You guys are unleashing the beast here.



http://www.collive.com/show_news.rtx?id=27785&alias=maccabeats-release-new-video


The video tells the story of how one young man draws inspiration from his Hanukkah experience to stand up to his modern-day “Greek” bullies. In a way, his family’s observance fulfills pirsumei nisa (publicizing the Hanukkah miracles, a term the Talmud uses to describe the function of the Hanukkah candles), as our protagonist channels the flames of Hanukkah to feed the fire of his Jewish pride.


 

Kona

Crow
Gold Member
Zionists at the beach:
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This reminds me, don't forget to rsvp for my Kosher BBQ and Hanukkah Fiesta this Saturday.

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Aloha!
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
realologist said:

https://twitter.com/KansasCatholic/status/943526399947739138
Synagogues never seem to reciprocate by holding Chirstmas celebrations. I wonder why that is?

http://thetorah.com/nittel-nacht-an-inverted-christmas-with-toledot-yeshu/
Nittel Nacht: An Inverted Christmas

https://revisionistreview.blogspot.ca/2017/12/hatred-for-christmas-in-orthodox-judaism.html
How Hasidic Jews 'Celebrate' Christmas
By Shahar Ilan, Haaretz (Israeli newspaper)

On Nittel Nacht - otherwise known to the world as Christmas Eve - Hasidic Jews believe that evil inclinations are at full force. On this night, Hasidim believe, the kelipot – vessels, or manifestation of evil forces – become stronger. Sefer Haminhagim (The Book of Customs) teaches that most heretics who abandoned their faith and converted from Judaism were born after illegal coupling on the first Christian’s birthday.

"Some rebbes used to mark the gentile holiday by ripping up toilet paper for every Shabbat (Sabbath) for the rest of the year. This was not just a simple show of contempt for those who believe in the Holy Trinity – it was a serious show of contempt. The books of the kabbalah treat Christianity as waste detached from the nation of Israel.

"Remembering to hate the goy...on the night (Christmas Eve) in which the powers of evil are strengthening....The Nittel Nacht is a night of remembrance of the persecution of the Jews by the Christians and the night in which it is remembered to hate them... (the Christians).”
 
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