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The Ten Plagues visited on Egypt explains Rabbi Yitzchak Ibn Abuchav ZT’L ZY’A IN Menorath HaMeor (Candle 3, Category 4, Section 4 , Chapter 3) demonstrate G-D’s dominion over creation.
Blood and Frogs are associated with the element of Water
The water was turned to blood in response to Pharaoh and Egypt’s arrogance “And the land of Egypt shall be desolate and waste; and they shall know that I am the Lord; because he has said, The river is mine, and I have made it.” (Yechezkel…
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The Passover Haggadah quoting the Mishna (Pesachim 10:5) asserts that the Exodus was not a static historic event but one that applies to all Jewry throughout history.
Rabbi Chaim David Aluzi ZT’L ZY’A known popularly as the Chidah explained that at the moment of redemption Bene Yisrael were at a low ebb. Bene Yisrael had descended to the Forty Ninth level of spiritual impurity and had the nation remained any longer in Egypt Bene Yisrael would have slid to the Fiftieth level of…Continue
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Dear Yishai AMUSH,
Best wishes to Malkah, Leah Bat Zion and your cohort at INR/A7. Hope all is well and pre-Pesach preparations are going well. The Pesach Cleaning show was a great idea and worthy of taking credit for as a…Continue
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How one ends is at least if not more important than how one begins. The Passover Seder begins with ritual and ceremony the family, friends and guests are gathered in an air of anticipation. After Four cups of wine, reciting the Haggadah with everyone’s observations and insights, copious amounts of carefully measured Mazta, bitter herbs and followed by a sumptuous meal, Afikomon, Elijah’s cup…Continue
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