Said an instructor at Har Zion, “When I saw a cart being pulled by three flying donkeys, I thought I was seeing things. You don’t usually see Harry flying around during the day. Yet there he was, and he was asking to speak with the children. That was really unusual.”
According to some Jewish cultural experts, Hanukkah Harry visits Jewish parents each night of Hanukkah to make sure they have presents to give their children. Unlike Santa, Harry does not pass judgement upon Jewish children. Instead, he lets their parents decide if they should receive his gifts.
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