Passover

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Passover

The fifteen steps of the passover are:-Kadeish-Urchatz-Karpass-Yachatz-Maggid-Yachtzah-Motzi-Matzo-Maror-Koreich-Shulchan-Tzafuhn-Bareich-Hallel-Nirtzah

This video shows the Israelites escaping to freedom and the start of the tradition "Passover".

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The Jewish high holy day, Passover commemorates the freedom of the Israelites from the Egyptians and the journey to the promised land. On this day there is a feast called Seder. Many of the parts in this meal represent parts of the story and the old tradition of slaughtering a lamb and painting its blood on the doors of the Jewish so when the time came for God to punish the Egyptians he would "Pass over" their homes. Some parts of this meal include bitter herbs representing their bitter slavery, wine, a drink for kings and queens, representing their freedom and matzah, the flat unleavend, bread, representing the haste that they left Egypt so there was no time for the bread to rise. This traditional meal is one of the most important dates in the year and has 15 steps.

PassoverA Jewish High Holy Day


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