(RNS) — Hanukkah is meant to mark the victory of the Jewish people over religious oppression.
But in the days and weeks leading up to Hanukkah, which began Sunday (Dec. 2), many Jews have felt defeated as a steady wave of anti-Semitic incidents roiled the country.
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