"Our children will grow up not knowing a survivor," says Rabbi Yael Romer, of Temple Emanuel. "This is a way for them to both honor the victims and celebrate the faith and hope implicit in the creation of the State of Israel."
This non-traditional haggadah, literally meaning "telling", uses the elements of the seder and the rich tradition of "telling" to stimulate curiosity and elicit questions from children and elders. There is ample opportunity to add particular stories of family members, survivors, defiance or resistance that may be closer to the family.
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