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Does anyone know a place online where I can find and English, interlinear translation of the Rambam?

The only English I found is on the chabad.org website.

But that is far from interlinear.

So where I can find it where at least the Hebrew and English are side by side?
Interlinear would be best, but any side by side will do.

I do not need the full Mishneh Torah I just need Hilchos Avodas Kochavim.

Edit: Danno gave me Hilchos Teshuva all on Sefaria but I still need Hilchos Avodas Kochavim. If Anyone know it will be very helpful thank you!

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Hello user6781, and welcome to Mi Yodeya! You may want to change your name, unless you prefer the number 6781 :P. I don't known if there is an answer to your question, as I'm not certain that there are any interlinear translations of the Rambam, even in print. –  Shokhet Jul 23 at 19:41
    
In print I know there is one in Moznaim, (not interlinear but much better). I saw the introduction of one. (On mechon mamre) But that was it. So maybe it does not exist but more than a few times I have been surprised. –  user6781 Jul 23 at 19:45
    
I have been surprised by the Jewish resources available online too ;) .... Wait around, and see what answers come in. –  Shokhet Jul 23 at 19:54
    
theres one published by kfar habad i think. eichlers.com/… there were a bunch of free sample pdfs on a website but i cant find them now –  MoriDoweedhYaa3qob Jul 23 at 20:43

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Mechon Mamre has the introduction translated interlinearly though not artscroll-style.

Sefaria has a number of chapters (see here for one) translated with the english side-by-side, mostly in Sefer HaMadda. Because the translation is crowd-sourced (though moderated for accuracy) that "number" may be larger by the time you click the link. (full disclosure: I like sefaria and translate things for them.)

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Thank you so much! It has everything I needed. I really appreciate it. –  user6781 Jul 23 at 19:55
    
You're welcome. May I recommend that you contribute to sefaria by translating what you are able? –  Yitzchak Jul 23 at 19:58

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