Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Shevat 8, 5775
By:
Dasee Berkowitz, JTA
We have a love-hate relationship with boundaries. No holiday helps us understand this more than Passover.
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By:
Judy Lash Balint, JNS.org
Passover observance of Israel’s Karaite and Samaritan believers differs from what most Jews are used to on the holiday.
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By:
Ben Sales, JTA
Several of Israel’s oldest kibbutzim depart from tradition and conduct secular seders according to their own sensibilities rather than the dictates of the traditional Haggadah.
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By:
Deborah Prinz, JTA
Chocolate has stirred up the Passover rituals by adding surprise and sweetness.
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By:
Rabbi David Hartman | JE Feature
Coupled with concerns about food, Passover suggests a supernatural model of redemption, which posits that God will break into history and save us just as He did during the Exodus from Egypt.
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