Celebrating the First Exodus

The way we were: Upmarket Seder in Morocco

It’s that time again: Passover, the festival of the liberation of the Children of Israel from bondage in Egypt, is here. Tonight, millions will sit down to a ritual Seder and eat symbolic foods to remember the Biblical Exodus.

Courtesy of the Moroccan-Jewish site Dafina, Point of No Return brings you a rendering by Rav Avraham Yossef Ouzielin  Judeo-Arabic of the Haggadah, the story of Passover.

Wishing all those who are celebrating Passover HAG SAMEAH and TISKU LESHANIM RABOT. 

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