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Passover
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A table set up for a Passover seder.
Official name Pesach - פסח (in Hebrew).
Observed by Jews. (In various forms also by: Samaritans; Messianic Jews; Some groups claiming affiliation with Israelites).
Type One of the Three Pilgrim Festivals
Significance Celebrates the Exodus, the freedom from slavery of the Children of Israel from ancient Egypt that followed the Ten Plagues.
Beginning of the 49 days of Counting of the Omer
Celebrations In Jewish practice, one or two festive Seder meals – first two nights; in the times of the Temple in Jerusalem, the Passover sacrifice. In Samaritan practice, men gather for a religious ceremony on mount Gerizim that includes the ancient lamb Sacrifice.il (7th day)
Begins 15th day of Nisan[1][2]
Ends 21st day of Nisan in Israel, and among some liberal Diaspora Jews; 22nd day of Nisan outside of Israel among more traditional Diaspora Jews.[3]
2013 date sunset of Monday 25 March to nightfall of Monday 1 April / Tuesday 2 April (7th day)
2014 date sunset of Monday 14 April to nightfall of Monday 21 April / Tuesday 22 April (7th day)
2015 date sunset of Friday 3 April to nightfall of Friday 10 April / Saturday 11 April (7th day)
Related to Shavuot ("Festival of Weeks") which follows 49 days from the second night of Passover.

عيد الفصح ف اليهوديه بيعتبره اليهود ذكرى خروج بنى اسرائيل من مصر هربانين من فرعون، و تعديتهم البحر ( كلمة فصح معناها " تعديه " ).


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  1. "First day of Passover". timeanddate.com. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
  2. "What Is Passover?". Rabbinical College of Australia and N.Z. Retrieved 2012-03-17. 
  3. "Last day of Passover". timeanddate.com. Retrieved 2012-03-17.