This past shabbos I heard R. Shimshi Sherer (R. Moshe Sherer's son) speak at a shalasheudes. He asked why do we say "ve-al ha-milchamos" [and on the wars] in the al hanissim [prayer said during Hanukka]. shouldn't we remember the victory but not the milchama [war]? Says R. Sherer, quoting, IIRC the Nesivas Shalom (ironically) that the reason is because the "milchama" [war] is not yet over.* We continue to fight the misyavnim [Greeks].
And don't think, said R. Sherer, that the misyavnim [Greeks] of today are the Reform or Conservative. No, they're the Modern Orthodox rabbis (verbatim quote) who want to chepper [mess with] with bris milah and shabbos!
Wake up, people! Haredim are your enemies.