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Pesach: How to Read the Hagaddah

Pesach: How to Read the Hagaddah


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Rabbi Fohrman asks how and why the Maggid section of the Hagaddah is how it is, showing how, upon first reading, it might be difficult to understand. He shows, however, that the Maggid section is really a meta-story that leads into an actual story, which is where all of the action takes place.

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