Passover story, dates

By Adam Wenger on
The moon rises behind ultra-Orthodox Jews who gather to collect water in the Mayim Shelanu (rested water) ritual to be used the following day to make matza, the unleavened bread eaten in the upcoming Jewish holiday of Pesach (Passover), at an ancient Roman natural spring on March 28, 2010 on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The week-long festival which begins tomorrow night commemorates the hasty flight of the Jews from ancient Egypt as described in the biblical book of Exodus. (Getty Images)more...Read Full Story