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The National Jewish Outreach Program’s “nice Jewish boy,” is a pile of nerves preparing to host his first Passover seder in this video parody of the Miley Cyrus hit “Party in the USA.”

Check out NJOP founder Rabbi Ephraim Buchwald rocking the beat at the Seder table, as well as  mashgichim inside the Manischewitz plant in Newark, N.J.

The NJOP offers a host of holiday help, including podcasts and webinars on hosting Seders. 

 

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