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One of the many essential doctrines of the Talmud is that
Jews are allowed to cheat and deceive the goyim for the purpose of
advancing Jewish interest. According to Baba Kamma 11a, “Jews may use
lies to circumvent a Gentile.”
This is permitted because Gentiles, according to the Talmud,
are “outside the protection of the law and God has ‘exposed their money
to Israel.’” Let me illustrate this point from experience.
In 2011, freelance Jewish writer Alan Caruba quoted the Mishnah saying that “Whoever
destroys a soul, it is considered as if he destroyed the entire world.
And whoever saves a life, it is considered as if he saved the entire
world” (Mishnah Sanhedrin 4:5).
This particular verse is also cited in one of the most popular Holocaust films of all time, Schindler’s List. However, the quotation was misleading and left a key aspect which actually changes the whole the issue altogether.
As Michael Hoffman quickly discovered, Caruba used that quotation “to circumvent a Gentile.” The actual quotation reads:
“Therefore man was created alone, to teach you that whoever destroys a
single Israelite soul is deemed by Scripture as if he had destroyed a
whole world. And whoever saves an Israelite soul is deemed by Scripture
as if he had saved a whole world” (Mishnah Sanhedrin 4:5).
Other versions used the words a little different, but the context is
always clear: the verse is talking about the people of Israel, not the
entire human race.