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Hashkafa - Passover-I don't speak Hebrew
Submitted by lula clements  Answered by Rabbi Tzvi Frank
Question:
Answer:

Hi Lula,

 Yes. Passover begins at Sundown April 19th (Saturday night) and ends on Sunday night, April 27th.

Ouside of Israel, the Seder is held on the first two nights, Saturday night and Sunday night.

 

Kind regards,

Tzvi Frank

posted:2008-04-14 08:42:14


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Lula, 2008-05-09 20:59:29
Rabbi Tzvi Frank: Thank you for clearing up the true days of passover. I am inlove w/the Hebrew culture & desire to know much of it. Do you think we original Cherakee peoples are decendants of your peoples?I will visit your land next month God willing, Shalom
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