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Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean showing the world that this is how Hashem's chosen people behaves:

No, by definition: The gentile cannot be representative of a group he does not belong to.

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean letting one self be killed rather than doing something forbiddenfor which one is required to let oneself be killed rather than doing:

It depends (see Sanhedrin 74b). If non-Jews are obligated in letting themselves be killed, then - Yes, by definition (at least theoretically): If that is the label of an act, and he did that act, then it has that label.*

If non-Jews are not obligated in letting themselves be killed (However, thenas per - NoSanhedrin 74b, they cannot perform the act of sanctifiying Hashem's name by being killed when they have no commandthere may not be any actions requiring a gentile to do sosacrifice his life, rendering occurrence impossible.)


* My head spins from reading my own words!

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean showing the world that this is how Hashem's chosen people behaves:

No, by definition: The gentile cannot be representative of a group he does not belong to.

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean letting one self be killed rather than doing something forbidden:

It depends (see Sanhedrin 74b). If non-Jews are obligated in letting themselves be killed, then - Yes, by definition: If that is the label of an act, and he did that act, then it has that label.*

If non-Jews are not obligated in letting themselves be killed, then - No, they cannot perform the act of sanctifiying Hashem's name by being killed when they have no command to do so.


* My head spins from reading my own words!

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean showing the world that this is how Hashem's chosen people behaves:

No, by definition: The gentile cannot be representative of a group he does not belong to.

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean letting one self be killed rather than doing something for which one is required to let oneself be killed rather than doing:

Yes, by definition (at least theoretically): If that is the label of an act, and he did that act, then it has that label.* (However, as per Sanhedrin 74b, there may not be any actions requiring a gentile to sacrifice his life, rendering occurrence impossible.)


* My head spins from reading my own words!

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Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean showing the world that this is how Hashem's chosen people behaves:

No, by definition: The gentile cannot be representative of a group he does not belong to.

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean letting one self be killed rather than doing something forbidden:

It depends (see Sanhedrin 74b). If non-Jews are obligated in letting themselves be killed, then - Yes, by definition: If that is the label of an act, and he did that act, then it has that label.*

If non-Jews are not obligated in letting themselves be killed, then - No, they cannot perform the act of sanctifiying Hashem's name by being killed when they have no command to do so.


* My head spins from reading my own words!

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean showing the world that this is how Hashem's chosen people behaves:

No, by definition: The gentile cannot be representative of a group he does not belong to.

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean letting one self be killed rather than doing something forbidden:

Yes, by definition: If that is the label of an act, and he did that act, then it has that label.*


* My head spins from reading my own words!

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean showing the world that this is how Hashem's chosen people behaves:

No, by definition: The gentile cannot be representative of a group he does not belong to.

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean letting one self be killed rather than doing something forbidden:

It depends (see Sanhedrin 74b). If non-Jews are obligated in letting themselves be killed, then - Yes, by definition: If that is the label of an act, and he did that act, then it has that label.*

If non-Jews are not obligated in letting themselves be killed, then - No, they cannot perform the act of sanctifiying Hashem's name by being killed when they have no command to do so.


* My head spins from reading my own words!

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Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean showing the world that this is how Hashem's chosen people behaves:

No, by definition: The gentile cannot be representative of a group he does not belong to.

Kiddush/chillul Hashem taken to mean letting one self be killed rather than doing something forbidden:

Yes, by definition: If that is the label of an act, and he did that act, then it has that label.*


* My head spins from reading my own words!