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History Passover

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Passover celebration is the most frequently mentioned in the Torah.

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It commemorates the liberation of slavery and the birth of the nation juive.L 'biblical episode in which it is attached is not precisely dated in the Bible, but most of the scholars at the XIII century n.è. Ramses II is widely regarded as the oppressive Pharaoh, and his son Méneptah as that of the Exodus. Slavery was only very briefly mentioned the biblical emphasis on the divine intervention that led to the final issue. The story begins with the accession to power of a tyrant who decided to enslave the people of Israel (Exodus 1).

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Then are mentioned the birth and survival miracle of Moses (Exodus 2). Finally, in Chapter 3, begins the narration of the miraculous events that led the Hebrews to freedom. The "wound" that plagues God inflicted on Egypt, one another. But only the tenth, the death of the first-born, will flex the Pharaon.L 'Exodus then begins and ends with the passage of the Red Sea and the destruction of Pharaoh troops (13,17-15,21) .

 

 
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