Egypt and the Jewish Moment

Like at Pesach, when we relate the Israelites' exodus from Pharaoh's bondage, there are four questions that demand answers when contemplating recent events in Egypt.

By MICHAEL WIDLANSKI
July 8, 2013 14:21
Mohamed Elbaradei (L) and deposed president Mohamed Morsi in Novermber, 2012.

ElBaradei and Morsi390. (photo credit: Reuters)

 
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The world does not really know it, but it is having a Jewish moment—a  bit like the Passover seder, where, between morsels of dry matza and sweet wine, one also digests the lessons of getting into and getting out of the slavery of Egypt.

So like the Passover seder, let's ask a few questions:

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