Big Matzah for Passover Festival - Stock Image

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Jerusalem, Israel- September 06, 2007: A baker showing a freshly made Matzah for eating during the Jewish eight days Festival of Passover.
Matzo or matzah is an unleavened bread that Jews eat during Passover. According to Jewish tradition, when the Israelite slaves were fleeing from Egypt, they did not have time to wait for their bread to rise. The result was a cracker-like food called matzo. In commemoration of the Exodus, Jews eat matzah every year during Passover.
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