the Israeli version of "Okay" is "Hakol BSeder" which literally means "All is in order". Judging from a recent poll this phrase takes on a new meaning that "all were at the Seder". The poll found that 94% of Israelis took part in some form of Pesach Seder this year, the highest rate ever recorded in Israel. Hotels hosted some 100,000 people for the Seder meal.
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