What is the explanation for the exodus from ancient Egypt?

The children of Israel were slaves to Pharaoh in Egypt, and god brought them out of there with a
strong hand and an outstretched arm. If he had not brought those ancestors out of Egypt, then
today's Jews, as well as their descendants, would remain enslaved to Pharaoh in Egypt. That's why
Jews today, even those with the greatest wisdom and insight, the oldest ones, with the most advanced
education in the history and traditions, still consider it a strong responsibility to narrate the story of
the Exodus from Egypt on the occasion of every Passover, and why the ones who elaborate on the
details of the narration are praised and admired.
The children of Israel were slaves to Pharaoh in Egypt, and god brought them out of there with a
strong hand and an outstretched arm. If he had not brought those ancestors out of Egypt, then
today's Jews, as well as their descendants, would remain enslaved to Pharaoh in Egypt. That's why
Jews today, even those with the greatest wisdom and insight, the oldest ones, with the most advanced
education in the history and traditions, still consider it a strong responsibility to narrate the story of
the Exodus from Egypt on the occasion of every Passover, and why the ones who elaborate on the
details of the narration are praised and admired.