Passover

Why do you love Passover?

It's my favorite Jewish holiday, because it celebrates Jews being a free people. Answer 2 Pesach (Passover) is important to us since in it we relive the Exodus from Egypt and our birth as a nation, both of which were preparations for receiving the Torah from God. The highlight of Passover is the...

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When is Passover in 2020?

April 8 - April 16 in 2020.

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What clothing do they wear during the Jewish festival of Passover?

i think it is a time to celebrate soyou should wear whatever you think express you

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What two animals could be used for Passover sacrifices?

No animals can be used as there is no sacrifice without the Temple. If you're asking which animals were sacrificed when the Temple stood, families would sacrifice either a goat or lamb as a sacrifice of thanks to HaShem, then roast and eat the whole animal.

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How is the Passover meal related to the mass?

Passover is a Jewish holiday. Mass is a Catholic religious service. They are not related in any way.

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What harvest do Jewish families celebrate?

There are two harvest festival in Judaism. In Israel, there is the grain harvest and the fruit harvest. They come at two different times in the year, and so there are two different harvest festivals which are commanded. The first "harvest festival" would not be recognised as such. The day after t...

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What are some cool halloween facts?

You can be yourself without being made to feel ashamed of it!

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What is the book called that tells the story of the escape and sets your everything that should be done during the passover meal?

The book is called a 'haggadah'.

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How do christians celebrate Passover?

They don't it is a Jewish celebration.

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Is vinegar kosher for Passover?

Not all vinegar is kosher for Passover, the label has to have a kosher for Passover hechsher.

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What day was Passover in 1944?

Saturday, April 8 was the first day of Passover in 1944.

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Do Jewish people dress up fancy at the Passover?

Yes, Jewish people do dress nicely for passover and at the Seder because it is a sign that it should be set apart from the rest of the year and it is a sign of freedom.

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Do people dress up at the Passover?

Some people do dress up at the passover Seder! My family has taken on this tradition because it gets the kids more involved and makes the whole experience less serious and boring. We dress up as people from the story...pharoah, moses and others! Also, we dress up as some of the ten plagues. It's ...

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Are presents given at Passover?

No, that is not a practice associated with Passover.

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What is the special color for Passover?

No specific colour is associated with Passover.

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Are peas kosher for Passover?

Peas are kitniyot so they are not eaten by Ashkenazi Jews during Passover.

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What is Matzah and why do Jews eat it during Passover?

Matzah is an Unleavened bread That is eaten at passover (Easter). When Jews were enslaved by the Egyptians, they didn't have time to make leavened bread for their escape, so they only made unleavened bread. From then on, it is Hebrew tradition to eat unleavened bread (Matzah) at passover.

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What Jewish historical event is celebrated in Passover?

During Pesach (Passover) we relive the Exodus from Egypt and our birth as a nation, both of which were preparations for receiving the Torah from God. The highlight of Passover is the Seder meal. This meal is of great importance in Judaism. It is a 3325-year old continuous tradition that began o...

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Why do the Jews on Passover eat roasted lamb?

During the first Passover, HaShem commanded the Israelites to kill a lamb or goat then take its blood and paint it on their doorposts. The other part to this act was that the families then had to roast the lamb and eat the meat. Once the Temple stood, families sacrificed either a lamb or goat as ...

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Do Jews celebrate Passover on Good Friday?

We have no idea, since Christian occasions are not acknowledged in Judaism, and the Jewish calendar does not correspond exactly to the Gregorian one. The two may coincide once in a decade or two, but this is not deliberate. See also: More about Passover

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How long does harvest festival last these days?

how long did the pilgrim harvest feast last in?

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What does the 4 cups of wine symbolize at Passover?

The red wine at the seder symbolises HaShem's four statements of redemption in the Torah: 1. "I took you out" 2. "I rescued you" 3. "I liberated you" 4. "I took you to Me for a people" The wine represents redemption while the colour of the red wine reminds us of the blood of the children killed f...

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When was Passover celebrated in 1967?

April 24 - May 2 in 1967.

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Which event in history would be uppermost in a Jews mind during the passover meal?

The Exodus from Egypt.

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What would be a good bible verse for the Passover day?

Passover is a 7 day holiday in Israel and 8 day holiday outside of Israel. On the first night in Israel and first two nights outside of Israel, Jews read the story of the Exodus from the Haggadah.

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