Before Pesach, which can be a very expensive holiday, Jews distribute Kimcha D’Pischa (literally: Flour for Passover), or in more general terms, food, to help everyone be able to enjoy this holiday.
In this photo from Meah Shearim, you can see stacks and stacks of food of all types, running down the length of the entire street, which will be distributed to those who need it.Jewish Press Staff
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