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  • Do not eat any animal that you find dead. You may give it to the foreigner who lives in your city, or sell it to the stranger, for you are a people consecrated to Yahweh, your God. Do not boil a kid in its mother's milk. (Deuteronomy 14, 21)

  • Every three years, separate the tithes of all the year's harvest but store them in the city. (Deuteronomy 14, 28)

  • You may not offer the Passover sacrifice in any city which Yahweh gives you, (Deuteronomy 16, 5)

  • Rejoice during this feast - you and your children, your servants, the Levite, the foreigner, the orphan and the widow who live in your city. (Deuteronomy 16, 14)

  • Appoint judges and secretaries for your tribes in every city which Yahweh gives you, that they may judge the people according to justice. (Deuteronomy 16, 18)

  • you shall bring to the gates of the city that man or woman who committed the misdeed, and you shall stone him or her to death. (Deuteronomy 17, 5)

  • If a very difficult case is presented to you which you cannot resolve in the city tribunal, either about murder, a legal dispute or a quarrel because of injuries, you shall go up to the place chosen by Yahweh, your God; (Deuteronomy 17, 8)

  • the heads of this city shall order that he be arrested there in the place of asylum. And he shall be put in the hands of the relatives of the victim that they may kill him. (Deuteronomy 19, 12)

  • When you draw near to a city to lay siege to it, you shall first offer it peace. (Deuteronomy 20, 10)

  • If they do not accept the peace that you offer them and declare war against you, you shall lay siege to the city. (Deuteronomy 20, 12)

  • If, on attacking a city, you have to lay siege to it for a long time before capturing it, you shall not destroy the fruit trees around it nor cut them with your axe, that you may eat their fruit. Do not cut them, then. Are the trees of the field men that they should also be stricken? (Deuteronomy 20, 19)

  • If there are trees in the field which are not fruit-bearing, but are for other uses, cut them down and make ladders and instruments out of them with which you may seize the city that offers you resistance. (Deuteronomy 20, 20)


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