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Even if such a database existed, in the case of the Gemara it would not have helped the purchaser. The Gemara (12b) sets up the concern of this case to be that the document was written, but then not given to the borrower until later, in which case a purchase made between the time it was written and the time it was given would in reality not be subject to ...


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Rabbi A. Leib Scheinbaum of the Hebrew Academy of Cleveland brings the story in his dvar torah on Parshas Behar: There is a famous anecdote, related by Horav Yeruchem Levovitz, zl, which underscores this verity. A din Torah, litigation between two disputants, once took place in Volozhin, and its venerable Av Bais Din, Horav Chaim Volozhiner, zl, ...


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I will start by addressing the specific question that you have asked here: "According to Halacha, is it a sin for a Jew to take control over some land in Eretz Yisrael when this land was taken against the will of its previous controller (regardless of whether it was occupied or empty, and whether there was violence involved in the transition)?" The answer ...


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Rashash (on the mishna in the g'mara) cites a machlokes as to who has to provide the location of the divider: Rashbam says it's the seller [as do Rabenu Ger'shom on the page of the g'mara, alleged Rashi on the page of the Rif, and Nimuke Yosef], while Rambam (commentary on the mishna) says it's the buyer.


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In יְחֶזְקֵאל chapter 47 you can read about how the land of Israel will be redivided into 13 portions, once Moshiach comes. Each tribe will get a portion. Converts will also be allocated a portion, based on which tribe coverted them. The extra 13th portion is for the Cohen Gadol, Cohanim, Leviim and Bet Hamikdash. יג: כֹּה אָמַר א' ה' גֵּה גְבוּל ...


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First, some background. There are several errors in your question that need to be addressed before I can answer your question directly: You falsely equate the yemoth mashiyahh and `olam haba as if they are one and the same. You are under the assumption that in `olam haba righteous yehudhim and goyim have the same or similar standing and even "rule" ...



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