The Talmud. Can someone answer this question?

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Read the bible its a self fulfilling prophecy .I think some are disappointed living a whole life on this earth not seeing the rapture
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Re: The Talmud. Can someone answer this question?

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Thinktank wrote:Baba Mezia 24a
If a Jew finds an object lost by a Gentile ("heathen") it does not have to be returned.

Is that in the Talmud?

the reason I'm asking is I have never seen a Talmud in my life and wouldn't have a clue how
to even prove if something is written in it or not. There is a lot of antisemitic garbage on the internet,
and a lot of smart people on this forum - so let's see if someone knows the answer.

I'm sure someone on this forum can answer the question.

Yes, it is in the Talmud. However, I doubt very much a rabbi will admit this. There are actually two Talmuds, one for public consumption, and the other the uncensored. I recommend reading Michael Hoffman's Judaism Discovered.

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