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“We’re celebrating the first night of Chanukah by glowing in blue and white with a flickering candle in our antenna!”

“We’re celebrating the first night of #Chanukah by glowing in blue and white with a flickering candle in our antenna! #EmpireStateBuilding #HappyChanukah” – Empire State Building 🎁 Click bio link for Chanukah Gift Guide 📷 @empirestatebldg 🌎 New York City 📰 Everyone Has A Story, What's Yours? 📧 editor@humansofjudaism.com 📱 […]

🕎 HAPPY… (Insert preferred spelling here).

🕎 HAPPY… (Insert preferred spelling here) 8 Days to spell it however you want! ❓ How do you spell it? #chanukah #hanukkah #jánuca #חנוכה #khanukkah 🎁 Click bio link for Chanukah Gift Guide 🕎 Happy Chanukah 📰 Everyone Has A Story, What's Yours? 📧 editor@humansofjudaism.com 📱 www.humansofjudaism.com #⃣ #humansofjudaism A […]

Park East Synagogue is located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, in New York City.

The Synagogue which was founded in 1888, with its cornerstone laid in 1889, is a historic New York City landmark house of worship and one of the nation’s leading modern Orthodox congregations. It plays a vital role in the cultural, civic and spiritual life of New York City. Wishing you […]

Mood.

🕎 #mood Shavua Tov 🤗 Good Week 🔜 #Chanukah 🎁 Click bio link for Chanukah Gift Guide 🎥 @uncchillel, @hillelintl 🌎 Charlotte, NC 📰 Everyone Has A Story, What's Yours? 📧 editor@humansofjudaism.com 📱 www.humansofjudaism.com #⃣ #humansofjudaism A post shared by Humans of Judaism (@humansofjudaism) on Dec 2, 2017 at 6:26pm […]

Beit Rachel Synagogue in Astana, Kazakhstan is the largest synagogue in Central Asia and is a testament to Kazakhstan’s religious tolerance.

The synagogue which opened in 2004 serves a Jewish community of roughly 150 families, most of which were forcibly moved to the area by Stalin in the 1950s from Belorussia, Lithuania, and the Ukraine during Khrushchev’s virgin lands campaign. Wishing you all #ShabbatShalom! Source: GO Kosher Travel via Bentzi Sasson

“My grandfather Mikhail Lubarsky who fought the nazis in WWII currently lives in Brighton Beach Brooklyn. He’s 94 years old and was at my house this past Thursday for Thanksgiving and sang the yiddish song “Le Chaim”.

My grandfather was born in 1926 in a small Jewish village called Saroki back then it was a territory of Romania which eventually was renamed Moldova and became part of the Soviet Union. When WWII started my grandfather was only 15 when he was given the task of evacuating his […]