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The First Passover

The First Passover


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The First Passover

The Jews are spared when a pestilence strikes Egypt, a sign that Pharaoh should allow them to leave his country : it is the first Passover, celeb- -rated annually ever after

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This historic photograph depicts the biblical story of the First Passover, an event celebrated annually in Jewish religion and history. In this scene, a pestilence, or plague, is striking Egypt as a sign from God to Pharaoh, urging him to allow the Israelites to leave his country. The Old Testament of the Bible recounts that Pharaoh had previously refused to grant the Israelites their freedom, despite the repeated pleas of Moses. The plague, represented by the ominous clouds and the dead animals and people in the foreground, spared the Israelites when they marked their doors with the blood of a lamb. This symbolic act, which came to be known as the Passover, became a fundamental ritual in Jewish faith and tradition. The image captures the sense of relief and gratitude among the Israelites, as they are spared from the devastating pestilence that was sweeping through Egypt. The First Passover is a celebrated event in Jewish history, and this photograph offers a unique visual representation of this significant moment in religious and historical annals. The annual commemoration of this event serves as a reminder of the Israelites' liberation from slavery and their journey towards the Promised Land. The image also underscores the enduring power of faith and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of adversity.

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