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A Passover Seder is a service held at home, as partof the Passover celebration of liberation, to share thePassover story together in order to recognize peoples'right to freedom.
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It refers to the carefully ordered Passover dinner party/symposium, typically held at home, which invites all those in attendance to personally experience the move described in the Book of Exodus - the move from slavery to freedom - in story, song, and conversation.
During Passover, the Jewish people commemorate the liberation from slavery and the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt.
Consumers can find this Passover collection, in addition to a great selection of fresh and inspiring cards from American Greetings, at participating drug chains, grocery stores and mass retailers nationwide, as well as in American Greetings and Carlton Cards retail stores.
According to the paper, this is the first time cigarettes have joined the long list of goods stringently checked to ensure they comply with Passover rules on what items are allowed, or kosher for the holiday, meaning they have not come in contact with grains or other forbidden ingredients.
It might be important to engage the next generation, family, relatives and friends, on various platforms, including modern ones, to effectively reach out to all and establish a firm sense of gratitude and celebration on Passover.
I'm such a wealthy lady, I am surrounded by love," said Dorothy Creager, 89, a Jewish Home resident who will join her family in West Hills for a Seder dinner marking the start of Passover tonight, then sit down for a community Seder on Tuesday at the Reseda home.
Yerushalmi wanted to protest against the store's decision to continue selling bread and other leavened products during the Passover week that begins on Wednesday.
During Passover, which falls between April 9 and April 1G this year, Jews eat the crispy flatbread and other unleavened products to commemorate the ancient Hebrews' hurried escape from Egypt, before their bread had time to rise.
The Jewish Federation of Central Massachusetts' Israeli anniversary program tomorrow at Congregation Beth Israel, 15 Jamesbury Drive in Worcester, will incorporate some Passover components.
The latest religious-secular spat in Israel began last Thursday when a judge in a local Jerusalem court ruled that restaurants, groceries and pizzerias in the city could sell bread during Passover.