Jewish Festival of Passover Begins

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SOLON, Ohio-- The Jewish festival of Passover began Monday at sundown.

Rabbi Steven Denker from Temple Emanu El invited FOX 8 into his home, as his family gathered for the traditional Seder meal.

The Seder is an interactive ritual feast which helps to explain the story of the Jews' exodus from Egypt and freedom from servitude.

Rabbi Denker says Passover represents the hope for redemption of all humanity.

Passover continues for eight days until April 2.

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