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300 ways to make it a multi-cultural seder

Fu san ede a neti disi de difrenti fu tra neti?

URL: http://www.jewishjournal.com/books/article/300_ways_to_make_it_a_multicultural_seder_20080418

That means, "Why is this night different from all other nights," in Sranan. But what's Sranan, you ask? Sranan is the primary language spoken in South America's Suriname, which has one of the oldest Jewish populations on the American continent. Is is also spoken in Aruba, Netherlands and the Netherlands Antilles -- with a total of 426,400 speakers today.

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