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The bystander’s challenge | מקורות

מקורות רבניים (14)

Drink yourself to Death

Two men without water in the desert
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Lifeboat Ethics: Rabbi Akiva vs. Ben Petura

The halakha emphasizes the importance of saving human lives. We are commanded both to rescue another from death, and to preserve our own lives. What to do when these two values tragically conflict with each other is the subject of…
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Sacrifice your life

Mishneh Torah, Foundations of the Torah 5:1
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Two People in the desert

Bava Metzia 62a | בבא מציעא ס״ב א
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Kill or be Killed?

Jerusalem Talmud Terumot 47a
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They should all be killed

Mishneh Torah, Foundations of the Torah 5:5
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Hide or Die

The Galileans : Niddah 61a
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The Jewish Samariten

Talmud, Sanhedrin 73A - Full Version
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Only life and death?

Mishneh Torah, Murderer and the Preservation of Life 1:14
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Violent Saving

Jerusalem Talmud Terumot 46b
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The Law of the pursuer

Mishneh Torah, Murderer and the Preservation of Life 1:6
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מקורות יהודיים מודרניים (6)

Judaism and the Good Samariten

The Bystander's Duty To Rescue In Jewish Law
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Indifference

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Hecshel
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A Broken World

Responding to Evil and Injustice : Sefaria source sheet -
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AND YOUR CAMP SHALL BE HOLY”

THE CASE OF THE TAKANA FORUM - Y.Z. Stern
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Soldiers Heroism

Roi Klein and Tuvia Yanai
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Judaism and Organ Donation

How Far Will You Go to Give?
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חכמת העמים (4)

The Good Samaritan

Luke 10:30–37, World English Bible
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Analysis of the case of Kanibalism at sea

Regina (Queen) v. Dudley and Stephens
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Seinfeld and the good Samaritan law

The Seinfeld gang gets in trouble
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The Bystander Effect

The Death of Kitty Genovese
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