Hanukkah bears no relation to Christmas except that it also happens to fall in mid-winter.
The popular holiday isn't mentioned in the Bible and is barely addressed in the Talmud.
You can celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights by lighting the menorah, eating fried foods, and spinning dreidels.
Both are widely observed gift-giving holidays that fall in December, but the similarities stop there.
A day to play games and avoid Torah study.