Tweeting Passover One Character At A Time

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Passover may start Monday night, but Twitter already has a place at the table. A group of rabbis is trying to make the observance more user friendly by tweeting the ancient story of the Exodus 140 characters at a time. On Thursday, @citizensofegypt said: Pharaoh, enough is enough. Listen to @Moses. And @God_of_Israel tweeted: Don't. Mess. With. Me.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

Passover starts on Monday night, but Twitter already has a place at the table. A group of rabbis is trying to make the observance more user friendly by tweeting the ancient story of the Exodus, 140 characters at a time. Last night, @citizensofegypt added: Pharaoh, enough is enough. Listen to @Moses. And @God_of_Israel tweeted: Don't. Mess. With. Me.

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