From Metapedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Passover or Pesach is in Judaism a major holiday commemroating the Exocdus myth, the founding myth of the israelites.

Politically correctly it is described as the Israelites escaping from Egyptian slavery, a less politically correct view being that the name refers to the Israelites themselves escaping the mass killing of non-israelites by the Israelite God. Despite objecting to the Israelites being enslaved, the Israelites did not prohibit slavery by the Israelites themselves.

See also

  • Moses - Various less politically correct views on stories associated with Moses and Passover.
  • Purim

External links