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Hanukkah Sites Abound on the Net

Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights, has a healthy presence in Cyberspace. A number of interesting sites are available to enhance users' holiday celebrations and educate those who'd like to know more.

Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights, has a healthy presence in Cyberspace. A number of interesting sites are available to enhance users' holiday celebrations and educate those who'd like to know more.

In searching for Hanukkah sites online, it's useful to remember that a number of different spellings of the holiday are accepted, including Hanukkah, Hanukah, and Chanukah.

The Jewish Post of New York Online is sponsoring a Chanukah on The Net Web site featuring general information about the holiday, a Children's Hanukkah Candle Lighting Song, and a section where you can spin a dreidel, the traditional holiday top.

Another interesting site is The Hanukah Away from Home Page, which site creator Jonathan Mayer, a student at the University of Michigan, created for others like himself who are unable to get home for the holiday. The site provides everything users need for a do-it-yourself Hanukah.

The Hanukkah: Festival of Lights site also has a lot of good information and provides words and music to Hanukkah songs.