By David Friedman
Hanukkah celebrates our triumph over genocide. Uighurs are undergoing one right now.
Most years, the historical events that we celebrate on Hanukkah every year seem pretty distant. An empire invaded, banned the religion of our ancestors and attempted cultural erasure — but they failed, so we eat latkes. But this year is not like most years. This year, a tyrant has once again been putting up his…
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