Many Jewish communities have developed unique Passover traditions that make the holiday more lively and relevant.
From bonfires to hanging menorahs to an extra candle, here are some lesser-known Jewish Hanukkah traditions from all over the globe.
Jews Around the Globe
Bukharan Jews are considered one of the oldest ethno-religious groups of Central Asia.
The first Jews arrived in Sydney in 1788 and have been joined by successive waves of Jewish immigrants ever since.
Legends about Jewish pirates and a distinguished 20th-century political legacy are highlights of this Caribbean Jewish community's history.
Tolerance and assimilation led to the near-disappearance of a Chinese Jewish community over 1,000 years old.
Four stories that mattered--and three that might have.
Canada's multicultural society has shaped its Jewish community.
The health and state of this Jewish community presents a complex picture.
The land where Hitler once ruled has a burgeoning Jewish community.