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Last week's eight days of Hanukkah celebrated an ancient Hebrew miracle.

A modern day miracle happened during this Hanukkah festival.

A music group and their YouTube video might save the life of a two year old boy.

The Maccabeats, a Jewish a cappella group from Yeshiva University, are named for the Maccabees, the ancient Jewish warriors who fought the Greek army.

The Maccabeats are fighting for 2-year-old Ezra Fineman.

Hanukkah is the miracle of a tiny oil lamp that burned for eight days.

It was these eight men whose YouTube video "Miracle" brought in donations over Hanukkah last week to find a bone marrow donor for Ezra.

The group's Hanukkah video last year went viral with seven million YouTube hits.

"We thought this year, when we released a video for Hanukkah, why not do something positive in keeping with the holiday and perhaps raise money to save people's lives," said Immanuel Shalev, the Maccabeats.

One of them might be Ezra's.

He was born with a weak immune system.

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