Hagada


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Talmudic literature that does not deal with law but is still part of Jewish tradition

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In this attack a Hamas suicide bomber from the city of Tulkarm walked into the hotel's dining room minutes before the 250 guests were going to read the Passover Hagada and blew himself up.
A refeicao familiar e acompanhada do relato da historia do Exodo no texto da Hagada (em hebraico, refere-se a historia de Pessach).
Abrahams, "Some Egyptian Fragments of the Passover Hagada," (Jewish Quarterly Review 10 [1898] 49, note 2); Louis Finkelstein, "The Oldest Midrash: Pre-Rabbinic Ideals and Teachings in the Passover Haggadah," Harvard Theological Review, 31:4 [1938]: 307).
Especially enticing is the "touch and feel" aspects, whereby youngsters can see and touch the shiny, sticky drops of wine, and feel the leather of the Hagada (Haggadah), the bumpy matza (matzah), and the silky matzah bag.
39] Para Florinda Goldberg, hay una aspiracion al ser total: "Asi se aparean Shajarit y Miercoles de Ceniza, Kol Nidrei y rosario, Hagada y Delfos, en busca de la armonizacion de dos plegarias, dos lenguajes" [Goldberg, xx] La misma escritora enfatiza el paralelismo al mencionar a su abuela poblana como contrapunto de la rusa.
That which our ancestors suffered in Egypt," says the survivor, "today has become only a few minutes' hasty reading of the hagada [sic] in anticipating that the matzos dumplings are to appear on the table as soon as possible.
En Girona, por ejemplo, el Archivo Historico de la Ciudad tiene una seccion entera reservada a documentos historicos judios de notable importancia y posee incluso una reproduccion de una Hagada "real" de Barcelona.
Ozar Perushim we-Ziyurim el Hagada Shel Pesah (New York, 1920); for this and other American Haggadot, see Yitzhak Yudlov, Otsar Ha-Hagadot: Bibliyografyah Shel Hagadot Pesah.
Durante la Pascua, los judios recitan la Hagada, cuyo eje semantico es la liberacion y la constitucion de su pueblo.
La Hagada prototipica es la de la historia del exodo de Egipto, con el trasfondo de la lucha contra la esclavitud y la opresion en todo su contenido.