Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, may his memory be as a blessing, was the most recent Rebbe of the Chabad Lubavitch Jewish movement, known the world over for both their adherence to tradition and their welcoming of the stranger. One of the traditions of Chabad the world over is the lighting of a triangular Hanukkah menorah in a public place. This distinct Judaica, here in crystal, will be recognized in any country as the distinct signature of the Lubavitcher movement.
Light this crystal menora in your home and welcome guests with its warm glow. Gather round to tell stories of the miracle of the oil, of the rededication of the Great Temple in Jerusalem, and of the Jewish victory against an imposing foe. Sing songs around the candelabra! Retell tales both ancient and new! Read Hershel and the Hannuka Goblins to your little ones! And last but not least, pour you and your guests some whisky, and drink a good l’chaim.