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'He Who Breaks In' / גנב שבא במחתרת

ברכיהו ליפשיץ and Berahyahu Lifshitz
Tarbiẕ / תרביץ
כרך נד‎, חוברת ב‎ (טבת-אדר תשמ"ה), pp. 205-215
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23596719
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'He Who Breaks In' / גנב שבא במחתרת
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Abstract

The sayings of Rav and Rava in B. Sanhedrin 72a are interpreted by the Talmud according to the rule of 'Kam Leh BedeRabba Mineh'. This interpretation arises many difficulties, and therefore it is suggested that these sayings dealt originally with the situation in which the master killed the thief. This suggestion is supported by the parallel sources.

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