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There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulchan AruchShulchan Aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-Jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-Jew (so it is not public)

There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulchan Aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-Jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-Jew (so it is not public)

There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulchan Aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-Jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-Jew (so it is not public)

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There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulchan aruchAruch it seems you should give it to poor non-Jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-Jew (so it is not public)

There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulchan aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-Jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-Jew (so it is not public)

There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulchan Aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-Jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-Jew (so it is not public)

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There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the ShulcjanShulchan aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-jewsJews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-jewJew (so it is not public)

There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulcjan aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-jew (so it is not public)

There are Rabbi's that permit it but from the simple reading of the Shulchan aruch it seems you should give it to poor non-Jews in such a case

Unless they have no other choice (they really need the money)

Unless no one knows that you got it from the non-Jew (so it is not public)

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