The Torah states that whoever is impure or far away on Passover may offer his sacrifice later, on the "Second Passover." This is puzzling. Is there any other commandment that allows us a second chance, an opportunity to make up for what we missed?
Let no soldier or policeman imagine that he is free of guilt because the disengagement would have been executed even if he were not present. This is not so. Whoever stands by the perpetrators, even if he remains silent, is responsible for the injustice.