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The exodus - just a story?

No time for a long post, just a quick "bookmark" to The Pesach Story (or how did the Exodus narrative come about):

If our a ancestors didn’t leave Egypt in a great mass, then what did happen?

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Pessach ends & Moroccan Jewry celebrating MIMUNA

Last night at about 8pm, Pessach (Passover) was over. At least in Israel, as Diaspora Jews only end Pessach tonight. Whereas we had to go back to work today, Diaspora Jews were still having a day off.  166 more words

7th Day of Pesach – Who We Really Are (continued)

In the previous  post I spoke about the necessity for an “11th plague” to be inflicted upon the Egyptians – the parting of the Red Sea; in order to show the world who the people of Israel really are. 275 more words


Pessach Recipe: "Matzo Brei"

Tomorrow night will be the seventh and thus the last night of Pessach (Passover). At least for Jews in Israel, as Diaspora Jews celebrate Pessach until Tuesday night. 274 more words

Pessach (Passover) Impressions from the Old City of Jerusalem

At the Cardo – An ancient Roman street once leading from today’s Damascus Gate to the current Jewish Quarter.
At the Kikar (Square) in the Old City / Jerusalem… 84 more words

Video: "Pessach 2017 in the Old City of Jerusalem"

The weather was rather strange when I went to the Old City this morning. Grey clouds, windy but pretty hot with 25 degrees Celsius. Now, by the way, it is raining. 345 more words

Refugee Passover

I’m tired this morning and it is no wonder. Last night, Passover started and of course, we stayed up long.

Passover commemorates and celebrates the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery; or, it is the even that constituted us as a people. 376 more words