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Aharei Mot-K’doshim: The Stranger, the Fatherless, and the Widow
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 by Torah Talk with Michael Carasik | Jewish Ideas Daily » Weekly Portions

How much of the harvest can you \"forget\" before you\'re allowed to go back and collect it instead of leaving it for the poor? (Click here for source sheet.) Download
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