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    Rabbi Erica Asch and several children place a pair of sandals outside the door, to symbolize solidarity with current refugees, during the Passover Seder on Saturday at the Temple Beth El in Augusta.

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    Ariel Roy, 6, and her mother Rachel Roy, of Wilton, work on deciphering the emoji version of the story of Passover during a Seder event on Saturday at the Temple Beth El in Augusta.

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    Rabbi Erica Asch, left, leads the congregation in singing opening prayers during Passover Seder on Saturday at the Temple Beth El in Augusta.

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    Rabbi Erica Asch tells the emoji version of the story of Passover during a Seder event on Saturday at the Temple Beth El in Augusta.

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    The story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt that is told in the biblical Book of Exodus was retold in emojis during a Seder event on Saturday at the Temple Beth El in Augusta. The first line says that while Moses was watching the sheep he saw a burning bush and the section further explains that the bush was not consumed by the fire.

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