The Haggaddah. Other religions admire Judaism because while the Tribe did not have a homeland the one thing they have had is a body of written work to remember what happened and how to avoid it in the future. It seems unlikely that it is all made up. Secondly -- if there were millions of Jews really living in Egypt or another place, then where is the Hebrew inscribed pottery in those places?
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from the article: Were Jews ever really slaves in Egypt, or is Passover a myth?