Rabbi Fishel Zaklos, left, and his longtime friend Laibel Berkowitz, an assistant rabbi at the University of Miami, dance during “Purim in Israel,” a celebration put on by the Chabad Jewish Center of Naples on Tuesday night at Gulfview Middle School. The event included dancers, music, and Israeli food such as falafel and schnitzel. Purim, considered the happiest date on the Jewish calendar, comes from the story of Queen Esther of Persia who saved the Jewish people from being exterminated by Haman.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Naples Daily News

Rabbi Fishel Zaklos, left, and his longtime friend Laibel Berkowitz, an assistant rabbi at the University of Miami, dance during “Purim in Israel,” a celebration put on by the Chabad Jewish Center of Naples on Tuesday night at Gulfview Middle School. The event included dancers, music, and Israeli food such as falafel and schnitzel. Purim, considered the happiest date on the Jewish calendar, comes from the story of Queen Esther of Persia who saved the Jewish people from being exterminated by Haman.

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