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The seder (ceremonial meal of the first night or two of Passover) and the haggadah (text used at that meal).

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The custom dates to the 14th century, with Sefer Minhagim (Yitzchak Tyrna). Keter Shem Tov , 3rd chelek, (in Hebrewbooks.org it's page 22)suggests the minhag was directed at those who might otherwise …
answered May 2 '17 by Myron Chaitovsky
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I recently saw a suggestion (via Aish HaTorah but, as I recall, with no source cited) that the first Pesach (in the desert, in Beha'alotcha) featured only two kids above the age of one who had not bee …
answered Nov 23 '16 by Myron Chaitovsky
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The Baal Haggadah here is being subtle. Z'roa Netuya refers to the threat of a future violent act, just as a 'drawn sword' represents the threat of an attack, not the attack itself. And the possuk cit …
answered Jan 11 '17 by Myron Chaitovsky