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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Chanukah 5779 Menorah Lightings Around the World

A glimpse into life in the Jewish capital. Brooklyn community activist Yaacov Behrman takes a walk through the streets of the Nachlaot neighborhood in Jerusalem Sunday night, the last night of Chanukah.

Highlights of the National Menorah in Washington D.C. ceremony.

Chanukah in the Old City of Jerusalem 2018. The eighth night of Hanukkah in the Rova Jewish Quarter is illuminated with brightly lit menorahs.

At Kever Yosef Hatzadik

Chanukah Ceremony With Canadian Prime Minister

Chanukah Event With Canadian PM Trudeau & Members of Parliament - Longer version

Brooklyn Boro President Eric Adams lighting the Menorah at the BPJCC annual Chanukka party

Union City NJ Menorah Lighting

Public Menorah Lighting in London

U.S. Ambassador, Israeli PM Light Hanukkah Candles at Western Wall, December 6, 2018

The 8th night of Chanukah at the Kosel Hamaaravi

Lighting the Basketball Menorah at the Brooklyn Nets in the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, NY.

More at the Brooklyn Nets Menorah Lighting

Chabad candle lighting on Chanukah in Casablanca

Southfield Menorah Lighting - International School for Chabad Leadersh
Introduction, music & dancing
6:00 Rabbi Stein - International School for Chabad Leadership
9:25 Southfield Mayor Siver
10:30 Rabbi Stein - tribute to Pittsburgh community, law enforcement & first responders
11:45 Rabbi Morris - Young Israel Southfield
14:20 Southfield Treasurer Irv Lowenberg
17:00 Lighting - State Senator Moss & Southfield CIty Councilman Mandlebaum
19:00 Fire Show & Music

שידור חוזר: הדלקת החנוכייה ההיסטורית עם נשיא גרמניה, פרנק-ואלטר שטיינמאייר, בשער ברנדנבורג בברלין

Rabbi Dov Muchnik of Chabad with Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn at the 16th Annual Chanukah Festival 2018
Welcoming the new the mayor of Jerusalem At the Machane Yehudah Market - Mayanot Students, led by chabad's clarinetist Mendy Shemtov Welcoming the new the mayor of Jerusalem At the Machane Yehudah Market under the leadership of rabbi Ruderman.

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