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Ever wondered why it’s called Passover? Ready for an INSPIRING answer?

Passover is an eight-day holiday (seven days in Israel) that commemorates the Jewish people’s redemption from slavery in Egypt.

So then why isn’t it called “Freedom Day” or “Independence Day”?

Watch this video to find out how the Jewish holiday of Passover got its name and its significance!


Passover – couldn't they come up with a better name?

Ever wondered why it's called Passover? "Because God passed over the Jewish homes"….Ok…but is that really such an important part of the story? WATCH for an INSPIRING answer!

Posted by J-TV: The Global Jewish Channel on Tuesday, March 20, 2018