What is remembered at the festival of Hanukkah?

Hanukkah is a minor holiday that commemorates the victory of the Jews against the Syrian-Greeks in the Maccabean War of 165 BCE. The real miracle of Hanukkah is that the Jews were victorious, against all odds, they beat their enemy and were able to restore the Ancient Temple in Jerusalem, which ...

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Why was it bad to go against the jewish-sabbath tradition?

The Jewish Sabbath tradition comes directly from a commandment from God. To go against this tradition is to go against the laws of God. This is considered 'bad', or not a good thing.

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Does Judaism allow Halloween?

Halloween, like Christmas, is actually a Christian occasion and therefore should not be observed by Jews.

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How it look like the national costume of ultra-orthodox judaism?

It's NOT a costume, it's a dress code, depending of which group Ultra-Orthodox Jews come from.

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