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What’s Mine is Mine, What’s Yours is Yours: Robbing and Stealing in Law and Lore

Hosted By: Hadar

Respecting one another’s’ property of is a core principles of a lawful society. The Torah and Rabbinic Literature take theft very seriously, but also have some surprising attitudes on the meaning of the crime and how to bring thieves to justice.

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