Haggadah, The

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Haggadah, The: (lit. "the telling") book that retells the story of the exodus, from which the Passover seder is conducted
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Insights on the timeless message presented in the words of the Haggadah.
The complete haggadah in Hebrew and English (printable). Instructional guides and a host of haggadah insights.
A gateway to the laws, practices, liturgy, symbolism, and history of the seder
In 1946 the Rebbe published a new commentary to the Haggadah under the title Haggadah for Passover with Collected Customs and Reasons. In his review of this work, Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin, editor-in-chief of the Encyclopedia Talmudit, lauded it as “a wond...
A taste of the Rebbe’s insights
Get a taste of the myriad of insights found in the Passover Haggadah authored by the Rebbe.
Learn classic commentaries on the Pesach Seder
The Rebbes would instruct the guests at their Seder tables to read the Hagaddah in a loud voice.
Laban begins by seeming like a friend. He offers Jacob refuge when he is in flight from Esau, who has vowed to kill him. Yet it turns out that his behaviour is less generous than self-interested and calculating.
Understanding the Passover Haggadah
A series of questions regarding the opening paragraph of the Passover Haggadah leads to an analysis of the true meaning of freedom.
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