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Hundreds at Bangkok Chabad Passover Seder

Hebrew-language Passover seders were conducted in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Ko Samui and Phuket.

Hundreds came to the Bangkok Chabad House Passover seder this year.

Hundreds came to the Bangkok Chabad House Passover seder this year.
Photo Credit: Courtesy, Muffy Lutzin

More than 400 people sang their way through the Haggadah on the first night of Passover at the first seder held this year at the Chabad House of Bangkok, Thailand.

Dozens of children ascended special stage set up in the hall where the seder was held in order to sing the traditional “Ma Nishtana” – the Four Questions that launch the story explaining the reason for the celebration of Passover.

For those with slim budgets, the Chabad of Bangkok website stated clearly that everyone was welcome regardless of ability to pay. “Please contact the Rabbi in confidence if the charge is beyond your means,” the statement on Chabad’s “JewishThailand.com” site advised. “‘All who are hungry may come and eat’ is the theme of Passover and it will be our pleasure to host you regardless of financial ability.”

A seder for the second night was made available with the Kantor Family according to the announcement, sponsored by the Jewish Association of Thailand. “No charge but please RSVP,” the notice read.

Hebrew-language Passover seders were conducted in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Ko Samui and Phuket.

About the Author: Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for Babble.com, Chabad.org and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.

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20 Responses to “Hundreds at Bangkok Chabad Passover Seder”

  1. This is good news right ?
    I certainly think so ! Our
    Church, which is Saint Marys Catholic CHRISTIAN will be once
    More celebrating its annual
    SEDER DINNER on April
    16 , 2014 in Deer River,
    Minnesota USA ! In union
    With our Jewish friends in
    ISRAEL !

    IN ISRAEL ! Cheryl Williams

  3. Berell Kohn says:

    Prince victor are SCAM

  4. Joyce Myers says:

    Prince Victor??????

  5. what are you talking about?

  6. Janet Hart says:

    A Seder celebration is a beautiful celebration.

  7. Lost tribes of Thailand…

  8. well…………….perhaps this may reduce some hatred………………..

  9. This is truly AWESOME!!!! Especially since it happened in Bangkok. The immorality Capital of Thailand!

  10. Chabad is awesome!!!!

  11. wish I was there next year in thailand

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