Imparting the tradtion

Trying to impart the tradition onto his children, Rabbi Moshe Goldstein (center) recites a Hebrew nullification declaration to renounce ownership of chametz (leavened product) with sons Yitzchak Goldstein (left) and Binyomin Goldstein, (right) at a ceremony to burn chametz (and lulav, used during the holiday Sukkot), at the Bi'ur Chametz next to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCUL000054" title="Pimlico Race Course" href="/topic/sports/horse-racing/pimlico-race-course-ORCUL000054.topic">Pimlico Race Course</a> on the eve of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVFES00016940" title="Passover" href="/topic/religion-belief/judaism/passover-EVFES00016940.topic">Passover</a>.

( Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun / April 6, 2012 )

Trying to impart the tradition onto his children, Rabbi Moshe Goldstein (center) recites a Hebrew nullification declaration to renounce ownership of chametz (leavened product) with sons Yitzchak Goldstein (left) and Binyomin Goldstein, (right) at a ceremony to burn chametz (and lulav, used during the holiday Sukkot), at the Bi'ur Chametz next to Pimlico Race Course on the eve of Passover.

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