The “Still Leaving Egypt, After All these Years” Edition


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Still Leaving Egypt, After All these Years

We ask what might Passover, the most political of all holidays, tell us about how to seek our own modern-day redemption?



Music by Songs of Freedom by various and sundry, in celebration of Passover, the holiday of freedom!:

Karizmo and Berko, “Hofesh”
Doron Madali, “Hofesh”
Ido B & Zooki & Franklin, “Daver Iti Hofesh”
Shlomo Gronich, “Hofesh ad ha-Katzeh”

4 comments on “The “Still Leaving Egypt, After All these Years” Edition

  1. Shoshannah says:

    A pineapple … in high-tops and a fedora. The associations this week simply feastly; may we all merit enjoyment of our Passover meals!

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