PEZAHK for JEWISH, HOLY WEEK for christians

>> Friday, April 03, 2009

HAG PEZAHK ZAMEIYAHK as the greetings I can hear around and everywhere in this place.Every year they are gathering together to have a special dinner for all members of the family and sometimes thier guest and friends are coming to celebrate with them. In my workplace we (I was invited always due to my employer's need) gather in the dinning room to watch the prepared programs by the members of these village that consist of all ages joining on the stage performance.They called it "LAILA ZEDER" so I was enjoying and always be as this is one part of my treasure here in holy land.Aside from that of course they are praying and candle lighting before they start everything what they have prepared.They have special foods for the whole week- as you can see the image above and they followed strictly of not eating something that contains flour as they called it "kemahk".Every manufactured food should written as "kosher" that they allowed to eat especially those religious families.

In my understanding "Laila Zeder" for Jewish and "LAST SUFFER" for christians.They have both commons in praying the whole week but only differ in food we eat. In christians ,especially to those have sacrifices are avoiding to eat meat while in here  they served thier dinner a lot of meat and thier special fish called "carpion". Even in supermarkets or any stores they are covering the space where the flour products are displayed. 


Shinade April 3, 2009 at 7:47 AM  

What an interesting and engaging post. I enjoyed learning how this week is celebrated over there as compared to here in America.

Chuchie Lopez-Wilks April 3, 2009 at 11:27 AM  

Wow ate Vhing, ready kana talaga sa holyweek... Dito sa pinas..todo prosesyon na..

Shu Fen April 3, 2009 at 2:22 PM  

hey! thanks for visiting my blog ^^ dropping some love back :D

Dhemz April 3, 2009 at 3:37 PM  

wow! this is very interesting...salamat for letting know about this event happy for you to be able to participate...wish to visit Israel someday...:)

cpsanti April 3, 2009 at 11:11 PM  

hearing about the differences in culture is really interesting! ;-)

shaine April 3, 2009 at 11:49 PM  

te, Pesak mood ako now, few days na lang wala pa nagagawa, hehehe.

and 5 days vacation next week to recharge my batteries.

Beach mood naman ako sa dead sea.

Hi! I'm Grace April 5, 2009 at 7:51 PM  

Thanks for this info, Vhing.
Ang dami mong natutunan dyan, ano?
Tatlo na pala blog mo, ano?
How did you manage your time ba? Parang ang hirap yata to have more than 1 blog eh. :)

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