Tonight kicks off the first night of the holiday. Happy Hanukkah to everyone who celebrates!
Yes, Happy Hanukkah. Taking a leaf out of a certain Jewish actor's book I will add: "Live long and prosper!"
Very cool! Ironically, I'm going to see my friend sing in a Christmas concert.... but then we'll celebrate when I get home.
Happy Hanukkah! To all our Jewish brothers and sisters.
that was so sweet sneakorosksolid.. .so many people around here and u guys are just the only ones to come and say hithanks from the bottom of my heartMay the light shine all around
I have so much respect for the Jewish people and their determination to work hard and raise good families. You have my friendship.
What sneak said.
yeah what he said even though i'm not jewish
Happy HanukkahPeace for the holidays, enjoy your familiesJen
Though I'm not Jewish, I enjoy every opportunity to say, "Chag sameach!"
Happy Chanukah!! hmmm, doesn't the New Testament say that gentile Christians are adopted and are Jews as well? Peace!
lol .. .please rawl . . enlighten me .. who adopted the Christians and the Jews are well??? sending you so much love and light on these special days . .you are the cats meow in my book. .
Thank you, NaomiR, and the same to you and other Jews here on HubPages too.
Happy Hanukkah and Chanukah too - love and peace to all
by Harvey Stelman7 years ago
Agree with me on topics or not, this Jew wishes all Christians a MERRY CHRISTMAS.
by Wayne Orvisburg4 months ago
Just curious why you can't say Merry Christmas anymore? I have never got upset when someone said Happy Hanukkah. The way I see it, someone is just wishing good times based on whatever their background is. I think it's...
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