On Thanksgivukkah, Thanking Americans Serving in Israel

In Tel Aviv, nearly 600 lone soldiers were treated to a Thanksgivukkah party complete with 15 turkeys, 30 chickens and beer from Israeli microbreweries.

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Thanksgivukkah. It’s been called a once-in-lifetime celebration. The unique convergence of the Jewish Festival of Lights and the American Festival of Thanks and Turkey Gorging. It’s been more than 100 years...