We continue learning about Lavan in the haggadah, this time discussing a different aspect of his threat to the Jewish people. Lavan's threat to Yaakov was not a threat of killing and torture; rather, it was a threat of loving embrace and closeness. The core danger of assimilation is getting used to the culture and making concessions to the other party. Lavan was an idol worshiper, and did not clear any of the idols out of his house when Yaakov came. Although their relationship was not smooth sailing, in the end, they made a covenant together, and do not make a clean break from Lavan, as they are still family.