Jewish Pass over

What Is Judaism ?

Judaism is the monotheistic religion of Jews

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What is the Jewish Pass Over?

The passover is the most important religious festivals in the Jewish Calendar. Jews celebrate the feast of the passover ( Pesach in hebrew ) to commemorate the liberation of the children of Israel who were lead out of Egypt by moses.

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What does the Pass Over involve?

During the Passover, Jewish are forbidden to eat, nor drink or own Chametz or chometz.

Chametz is any food made from grain ( Barley, oats, rye, spelt or wheat) and water. They have to go through every rooms of there homes and remove every last crumb of chametz. Any of the objects which cannot be cleaned or destroyed before the start of the passover, would be sealed or stored in a cupboard or room , or to be sold to someone is not jewish.

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How do they celebrate "The passover"

The Jewish passover is to Celebrate the day the Jewish people worldwide to preforma ceremony to commemorate the event, you may know as Moses.
On the table are two white candlesticks and several items including parsley or celery leaves, grape juice or wine, salt water, horseradish, a jam-like mixture called charoseth and Matzo.(cracker-like bread)
The father, or head of the household, leads the ceremony. At his place setting is a bowl of saltwater, a lamb bone, 3 squares of matzo, and a roasted egg

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What is the Seder Meal?

The passover Seder is a Jewish ritual feast that marks the beginning of the jewish passover.

The Seder is a ritual performed by a community or by multiple generations of a family, involving a retelling of the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.

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