You see priests in the Catholic church though right? And are they Hebrew? Are they Levites? No. This is how Europeans worked to establish their own power, the papacy, to replace Yisrael and Jah. They say it's the same God as El as Allah but is it?
The Roman emperor Nero was a hardcore tyrant who ruled with fear (AD 54). He persecuted anyone who went against Rome. But it wasn't until Constantine that Rome began to adopt Christianity. Problem was that Constantine had spent most of his life as a pagan and there's really no reason to believe that he wasn't doing this to unify Rome as one of his reforms.
Of course, Christians will say he was Christian. But this is what gave Christianity its (European/Roman) power.
"Constantine was the first emperor to stop the persecution of Christians and to legalize Christianity, along with all other religions/cults in the Roman Empire. In February 313, he met with Licinius in Milan and developed the Edict of Milan, which stated that Christians should be allowed to follow their faith without oppression. This removed penalties for professing Christianity, under which many had been martyred previously, and it returned confiscated Church property. The edict protected all religions from persecution, not only Christianity, allowing anyone to worship any deity that they chose." - Wikipedia
It would be easy to stop at the first part... stopping the persecution of Christians... and miss the next part (legalizing Christianity and all other religions/cults in the empire). When taken as a whole you can then start to form a picture of how many religions were merged into one. This is HIGHLY ILLEGAL according to real biblical law. There were times when the Israelites brought in other gods or brought in the divine feminine concept as a consort of Jah. However, this came and went with different leaders who were strong enough to purify the people of foreign beliefs. At the same time, mergers of beliefs were commonplace as people traded goods and stories. The bible contains some of these borrowed stories too. Most people don't know this.
The real trinity is "man, woman, and child" and it comes from pagan religious concepts. Because the reality is that everything was worshiped.
But the best political way to unite people was to unite their traditions and cultures. So that is what December 25th represents. The day is chosen because of the winter SOLlstice. SOL = sun. The ancient mythology connected with the solstice is that this is when the sun dies for 3 days and is reborn (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solstice).
To be a little more precise, the sun "stands". The solar deity "dies". See, the story of the deity is made to match the cosmological events.
Constantine was a sun worshiper. This article explains why he decreed that "Dies Solis" - the day of the Sun, or "Sunday" as the Roman day of rest which became the Christian "sabbath" (sabbath means rest). And it continues to be the day of rest for Christians today.
"Against this view, Mettinger (2001) affirms that many of the gods of the mystery religions do indeed die, descend to the underworld, are lamented and retrieved by a woman and restored to life. However, Mettinger also disincludes Christianity from this influence." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dying-and-rising_deity
The dying and rising coincide with the sun during the winter solstice. Constantine, again, was a pagan sun worshiper with the power to legalize Christianity and give Christians Sunday to be their Shabbat. "Jesus" is the "sun" of God. So basically they wanted to turn "Jesus" into a solar deity so that paganism could be merged (a less hostile takeover) with Judaism resulting in Christianity.
"But Christianity existed before this" you might say. And so they say. But Christians are the ones creating their own labels. The word Christian is only mentioned in the bible 3 times and 2 of those times it is spoken by non-Hebrews. The 1 time it is mentioned by an apostle is in response to being called this term by non-Hebrews. This is what other people (Greeks/Romans) called them. Christ was their word, not the Hebrews word. It wasn't even Aramaic which was likely spoken by Yeshua. Why would Hebrews abandon their own language and culture by adopting a foreign word to call themselves by? This would be like English people calling 'Tafari' 'awesome' and then Rastafarians calling themselves 'awesomeites'. Why?
So the likelihood that the early followers of Yeshua called themselves Christians is EXTREMELY low as most of them couldn't even speak that language.
So in conclusion... Christmas and Easter (primarily) are really symbols of Rome (The Beast) and the Papacy's (The Harlot) power (influence). There is no such holy day or feast day in Israelite culture. So depending on how closely one chooses to align with the bible as an Israelite or as a Rastafarian specifically, it is one's choice to choose the biblical holy days and celebrate them. But if that is the level you are on and you are trying to be the best biblical follower you can be? You should shun these pagan holy days that modern society and the media have made people love.