Question:

What does Pesach mean to the modern Jewish community ?

Answer:

Pesach is the holiday which comes to remind us of the day of the redemption when God took us out of Egypt and we became His chosen people. We celebrate Pesach every year and remember the great miracles and thank God for saving us generation after generation from all our enemies.

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