At the Passover Seder, Jews across the world utter the phrase, "Let all who are hungry come and eat." This year, Leonard Fein adds a fifth question to the traditional four: Can Jews translate this ritual into reality? Hunger is a world problem, and the ethical exhortation of the Seder compels American Jews to real and concrete action to battle the scourge of hunger. Fein proposes a 3% surcharge to all Jewish celebrations, earmarked for a global fund for battling hunger. Where governments have failed, it is time for a new tradition, for American Jewry to be able to say they have found a new way to invite all who are hungry to come and eat.