Atkins, Passover Haggadah

As a remembrance of this we are commanded to teach

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Unformatted text preview: ourney through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins With the destruction of the Temple, we cannot bring this offering as the place it was to be brought, the Temple area, is in the hands of strangers. The actual site of the Temple and the Holy of Holies, is in doubt and as the actual site is permanently sacred, and as only Priests in a state of ritual purity are allowed to enter the part of the Temple where Holy of Holies was situated, most authorities agree that as under present circumstances we are unable to become ‘ritually pure,’ we are Halachically not permitted to go onto the Temple Mount, so the Passover offering is in abeyance and put on hold until the Temple is rebuilt Point to the Matzoth : ? ,¯ , ¯ : , . ¯ ¯ , , , , . The Matzah that we eat, why do we eat it? Because the dough of our ancestors (at the time of the exodus) did not have time to rise, when the King of Kings, the Holy One Blessed Be He, redeemed them (took them out of Egypt). As it says “And they baked the dough whi...
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