Rabbi Menachem Margolin:
"The story of Chanukah teaches us that the Jewish people did not win the battle because they were the stronger, but because G-d saw that they were fighting for their beliefs with all their heart.
G-d created the world and everything in it. He also created the different conflicts in it.
Therefore what we should take from this fact is that if conflict or challenges are given to us in order to test us or to strengthen our resolve.
We are therefore wiser if we recognise that we should not run away from challemges but fight them and win, and in doing so we can look for more and more miracles like the one that happened at this time of Chanukah.
Dear Prime Minister, in our days, where we are experiencing a lot of racism, anti-Semitism and hatred we should not be frightened by these challenges either. Because if we will all fight it constantly, eventually our way will win.