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PART 3: What does Passover, this most political of all holidays, tells us about how to seek our own, modern-day redemption?

One of the potluck meetings held before the Passover seder at Holot, where asylum seekers were encouraged to share their personal stories, on April 15, 2016.
Eliyahu Hershkovitz

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“In every generation, one must see oneself as having personally left Egypt,” we’re told on Passover. Allison, Noah and Tel Aviv Review co-host Gilad Halpern discuss what this most political of all holidays tells us about how to seek our own, modern-day redemption?

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The Promised Podcast is straight talk about Israeli politics, culture, society, economy, and all the rest, with passion, without propaganda, once a week. There's also some killer music by up-and-coming Israeli musicians thrown in for good measure! The show is hosted by Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman, and Noah Efron.