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In a southern town of Black Hebrews, Passover commemorates a different Exodus
Those who were on a long journey or declared ritually impure could partake of the Passover holiday one month later, according to the Bible. Today, Second Passovers is still commemorated.
This week I’ve chosen to linger with the wonderful holiday feelings and at the same time use up all the leftover matzah in my pantry, before completely returning to the world of hametz.
Passover in Jerusalem in 1948
By DAVID GEFFEN
According to Aish.com, pets cannot eat chametz on Passover.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
Quite a provocative assertion on Passover, the festival recalling Israel’s deliverance from Egypt, but also a fact long acknowledged by many biblical scholars and historians.
By JOSHUA M. DAVIDSON
In the months leading up to Passover, Yad Vashem received several artifacts relating to how Jews kept true to their tradition.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
According to Globes, more than 40,000 Israelis walked or drove across the Taba border crossing from Eilat to Sinai this Passover.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Netanyahu and horse-trading, or the art of coalition formation.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Zachary’s last letter to his parents was written during the war. He predicted that it would be a long time until he returned home.
By AVI WEISS
Netanyahu, well attuned to the importance of US legislators, generally meets all senators, congressmen and governors who visit Israel.
By HERB KEINON
Some customs are about reliving the experience, both of slavery and redemption.
By JONATHAN L. MILEVSKY
We are commanded to feel, over the course of our Seder, as if we, too, experienced the ravages of slavery and the redemptive power of liberation.
By JOSHUA RATNER,JAY KORNSGOLD
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