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What is the source from the Gemara that you should kill a roidef before he comes to try to kill you

It's found in many places, including Sanhedrin 72a.4, Yoma 85b.4, and Berakhoth 58a.15 As Curious Yid commented, Sanhedrin 73a.2 goes over the rationale in greater detail. You can read the Mishneh ...
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Where can I download a complete text file of the Talmud Bavli?

I provide the exact Python code how to this, here: How To Download Sefaria's Entire Talmud At Once
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Will the real Shas Kattan please stand up

Before you scroll down, here's a challenge: according to my research, there's only a single tractate in Talmud Bavli that cites all 62 other tractates of Shas. Can you guess which one it is? So... ...
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Kovetz Mefarshim by daf

Kovetz Shittos Kamai compiled by Reb Shalom Meir Yungerman is exactly what you're looking for. Most of the volumes on shas are available on Hebrewbooks.
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Kovetz Mefarshim by daf

Yes, someone has. Here is a link to their website https://ozvehadar.us/kovetz-mefarshim/
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Kovetz Mefarshim by daf

You should consider אוצר מפרשי התלמוד It references in extenso rishonim and aharonim al seder hadaf. I think it corresponds to what you are looking for. You can see here one page of the sefer
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Teaching Gemara to a beginner to prepare for yeshiva. Goal is basic fluency. Looking for a simple perek/masechet to learn. Thanks!

The suggestions here are good. I'd add you also can't go wrong with the beginning of Brachos
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Teaching Gemara to a beginner to prepare for yeshiva. Goal is basic fluency. Looking for a simple perek/masechet to learn. Thanks!

What I write here is totally a personal thing and barely qualifies as an answer, but I have actually been in this situation more than once, and taught the boys in question the last ten blatt (double-...
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War for economic reasons

Rabbi David Bleich addresses this in his Contemporary Halakhic Problems, Vol III: It may well be the case that preemptive war undertaken in order to prevent future attack is justified as a milḥemet ...
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War for economic reasons

It is justified. We see (In Brachot 3b) David gives his ministers the advice to go to war to bring Parnassah. Then they confirmed with the Urim and Thumim. Since we know that King David never sinned (...
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Hashem "joins" a good thought to deed

This concept is spelled out in Sefer Hamaamarim 5702 p. 87: The true meaning of "joining to deed" is that when a Jewish person intends to do something with respect to Torah study, ...
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Where to buy a shas/talmud in one volume?

OZ V'hadar did a new printing of this: https://ozvehadar.us/shas-talmud-bavli-in-one-volume/ Sample page :
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Why do the rabbis disagree on halacha with God

B"H Chassidus Chabad explains the deeper meaning of the debate. https://chabadlibrary.org/books/4001380169 Short answer: the specific term "the holy One blessed be He" doesn't refer to ...
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Is there a mitzvah not to ignore a person?

The Gemara says: One who does not respond to a greeting is called a robber. [Berakhot 6b]
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Teaching Gemara to a beginner to prepare for yeshiva. Goal is basic fluency. Looking for a simple perek/masechet to learn. Thanks!

B"H Usually children begin learning Gemara with the chapter אלו מציאות, in Bava Metzia. While it is actually quite complex, as is any chapter in Gemara when learned with more depth and ...
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