Matzah is the unleavened bread used at Pesach (Passover) and part is called the Afikomen. This is the only gentile (Greek) word used within this Jewish festival meal. It shows the inclusion of Gentiles into G-d’s plan of redemption, revealed within His feast depicting how He leads His people Jew or Gentile out of bondage and into covenant relationship with Himself. The Afikomen therefore has a hidden meaning as shown below.
Date : 30/11/-0001