A Fifth Question

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Alef, a webzine from Birthright Israel NEXT, asked a number of Jewish organizations to pose a fifth question for the Passover Seder.

Here’s what the Jewish Outreach Institute proposes:

On this night we celebrate proud Jewish traditions with friends and family, but who else in our lives might find meaning and value in our Passover Seder that we haven’t yet invited to join us?

And this, from Repair The World:

God could have just taken us out of Egypt without having to see the suffering of the Egyptians. Why was it important for us to actually be witness to the plagues inflicted upon the Egyptians?

Join the conversation here.

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