Wishing All Jews a Happy Passover

Tomorrow, Friday, April 22, 2016 marks the beginning of Jewish Holiday of Passover (Pesach) - The Jewish Holiday of the deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt to freedom in the Promised Land. I'd like to wish all the Jews throughout the world a very happy and blessed Passover.

If the Almighty doesn't start raining down 
His Grace upon me,
I shall also elevate my supplications
All the way to the Firmament,
Just like how the Jews would pray
During their Feast of Freedom or The Passover.
Sa'di Shirazi (1210-1291) ~ the eminent 13th century Persian Sufi poet ~ My Translation ~.

گر نبارد فضل باران عنایت بر سرم
لابه بر گردون رسانم چون یهودان در فطیر
 سعدي شيرازي

عید پسح یا عید فطیر - عید آزادی قوم یهود از قید برده‌ داری فرعون‌ های مصرباستان - بر همه يهودان در آمريكا و سراسر جهان مبارك باد

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