Passover is typically observed over a course of 8 days (though some Jewish people observe the religious holiday for only 7 days); typically, the first and last couple of days of the Passover period are the days that are ... More »

Passover is commemorated through a celebration that lasts seven or eight days. During the celebration, the story of the Israelites fleeing from Egypt is told and songs are sung. More »

Traditionally, the Passover holiday is celebrated by avoiding leaven breads, drinking wine, eating Matzah and bitter herbs and retelling the story of Exodus. The Passover holiday takes place over eight days in early spri... More »

The exact process of preparing for Passover may depend on how strictly one observes the holiday; those who practice strict religious observance will need to clear all leavened grain products, known as chametz, from their... More »

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Passover is commemorated through a celebration that lasts seven or eight days. During the celebration, the story of the Israelites fleeing from Egypt is told and songs are sung. More »

Seders are one of the main focal events of the Passover holiday observance; this is an elaborate ritualistic meal that includes the recitation of certain religious texts and the consumption of symbolic foods, which is a ... More »

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Originally, Passover was set to last seven days. It begins late in March and extends to early April. More »

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