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What is the origin of mitzvah Aravah?

Taanis 3a “Rav Yochanan said in the name of Nechunia man of the valley of the house of Churtan ...Arava...pouring of the water...are all Halachas for Moshe From Sinai”
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Examples of forbidden behaviors for Jews permitted toward gentiles

Another two examples are: Having benefit from a gentile mistake. Although the great majority of poskim forbid to mislead a gentile, if the gentile erred by himself, one is not required to correct his ...
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Examples of forbidden behaviors for Jews permitted toward gentiles

Considering Chullin 115b - Although the Nevelah prohibition [Devarim 14:21] would allow "perished" livestock to be sold to Ger & Foreigners, the Orlah prohibition [Vayiqra 19:23] would ...
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Examples of forbidden behaviors for Jews permitted toward gentiles

A very simple rule of thumb for all of those rules. Anything a gentile is not forbidden in the seven Noachite laws from doing to a Jew, a Jew is likewise not forbidden from doing to a gentile. For ...
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Examples of forbidden behaviors for Jews permitted toward gentiles

Lending with interest for one: "You may not take interest from you brother, neither interest on (a) money (loan) nor interest on (a) food (loan); You may take interest from the foreigner..." ...
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