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As I understand it, the halacha interprets "lo tina'af" as prohibiting sex between a man (married or unmarried) with a married woman not his wife. Is a gentile womenwoman, in a marriage between gentiles, considered "married" for the purposes of "lo tina'af"?

As I understand it, the halacha interprets "lo tina'af" as prohibiting sex between a man (married or unmarried) with a married woman. Is a gentile women, in a marriage between gentiles, considered "married" for the purposes of "lo tina'af"?

As I understand it, the halacha interprets "lo tina'af" as prohibiting sex between a man (married or unmarried) with a married woman not his wife. Is a gentile woman, in a marriage between gentiles, considered "married" for the purposes of "lo tina'af"?

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Does halacha recognize marriage between gentiles for purposes of "lo tina'af"?

As I understand it, the halacha interprets "lo tina'af" as prohibiting sex between a man (married or unmarried) with a married woman. Is a gentile women, in a marriage between gentiles, considered "married" for the purposes of "lo tina'af"?