I am an Italian son of Noah.
How does the majority Jewish tradition interpret the figure of "your enemy" mentioned in Exodus 23:4-5?
"If you come upon your enemy's bull or his stray donkey, you shall surely return it to him. If you see your enemy's donkey lying under its burden would you refrain from helping him? You shall surely help along with him".
If I remember correctly, in the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch of Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried "your enemy" is identified in the person towards whom you have such a deep resentment that you do not speak to him for three consecutive days; in some passages of the Talmud, if I am not mistaken, the enemy in question is identified with the idolater. Can you help me to understand better?