Redefines Passover Seder With New Passover Traditions That Include Everything from Fireball Shots to Singing the Passover Story

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There Are No Seder Police and Haters Gonna Hate: Newly launched Offers Tips, Original Content and a Modern Haggadah for Celebrating Passover.

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A wise Rabbi once said, "Judaism is a great religion but the marketing sucks."

When families across the world sit down for their Passover seders on April 22nd, panic may set in.

"What if nobody at my table reads Hebrew?"

"Who's going to read the four questions?"

"How are we going to get through this incredibly long service without passing out from boredom -- or drunkenness?"

Luckily, answers all of these questions and more., the new website devoted to better Jewish living for anyone who wants to be Jewish, has added a new Passover section, featuring an easy-to-follow seven-step guide called "How to Lead a Kick-A** Seder" and a downloadable Haggadah that's sure to give family and friends a Passover they'll remember... in a good way.

“JewBelong's Haggadah is the perfect mix of traditional and new,” says Archie Gottesman, JewBelong's co-founder. "Of course, we’ve included the must-have parts -- like the seder plate and the blessings. But our original stuff -- like singing 'Pharoah Pharoah' to the tune of 'Louie Louie,' or doing a shot of Fireball every time someone mentions the burning bush, or performing the Passover story as a funny skit – is what really makes our Haggadah fun!"

In addition to Passover, features guides to celebrating many other Jewish holidays, including Shabbat, Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. There's even a list of dos and don'ts for sitting Shiva, and new sections are being added regularly.

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