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 »

Passover is a celebration of the emancipation of the Israelites from being enslaved in ancient Egypt. It is an eight-day celebration from the 15th to the 22nd of the Hebrew month Nissan. More »

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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 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 a celebration of the emancipation of the Israelites from being enslaved in ancient Egypt. It is an eight-day celebration from the 15th to the 22nd of the Hebrew month Nissan. More »

www.reference.com Holidays & Celebrations Holidays Passover

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

www.reference.com Holidays & Celebrations Holidays Passover

During Passover only unleavened bread (matzah) is allowed, but foods containing barley, corn, wheat, spelt and rye are strictly prohibited during the celebration. These grains are used to make leavened bread, which is pr... More »