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  Nissan 16, 5772 , 08/04/12

More than 300 Celebrate Seder on Mount Sinai

More than 300 Jews from Israel and around the world braved the terrorist threat in the Sinai Peninsula to celebrate the first day of Passover on Jabal Moussa, Arabic for the Mountain of Moses, believed by many to be Mount Sinai, where the Torah was given to the people of Israel. Rabbi Menachem Feuerstein, who led the group, told Arutz Sheva that they met at the Taba border crossing near Eilat, where four Grad rockets landed on Thursday, and travelled to the Bedouin village of El-Milgah, where they put all their equipment on the backs of camels and when to the mountaintop, where six tents were erected for the occasion.

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