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Some of these have acquired great authority and are in general use.For this reasons we shall refer for the most part to such compilations (and their most reputable commentaries) rather than directly to the Talmud.The Shulhan 'Arukh is much commented upon; in addition to classical commentaries dating from the 17th century, there is an important 20th century one, Mishnab Berurab.Finally, the Talmudic Encyclopedia - a modern compilation published in Israel from the 1950s and edited by the country's greatest Orthodox rabbinical scholars - is a good compendium of the whole talmudic literature.The first such official exhortation was included in a booklet published by the Central Region Command of the Israeli Army, whose area includes the West Bank.In this booklet the Command's Chief Chaplain writes: When our forces come across civilians during a war or in hot pursuit or in a raid, so long as there is no certainty that those civilians are incapable of harming our forces, then according to the Halakhah they may and even should be killed ...A Jew who indirectly causes the death of another Jew is, however, only guilty of what talmudic law calls a sin against the 'laws of Heaven', to be punished by God rather than by man.
'I conclude with a warm greeting to the rabbi and all his family. 'The non-Jewish nations have a custom according to which war has its own rules, like those of a game, like the rules of football or basketball.
But according to the sayings of our sages, of blessed memory, [ ...
] war for us is not a game but a vital necessity, and only by this standard must we decide how to wage it. ] we seem to learn that if a Jew murders a Gentile, he is regarded as a murderer and, except for the fact that no court has the right to punish him, the gravity of the deed is like that of any other murder.
The same doctrine is expounded in the following exchange of letters between a young Israeli soldier and his rabbi, published in the yearbook of one of the country's most prestigious religious colleges, Midrashiyyat No'am, where many leaders and activists of the National Religious Party and Gush Emunim have been educated. I could not arrive at a clear decision, whether Arabs should be treated like the Amalekites, meaning that one is permitted to murder [sic ] them until their remembrance is blotted out from under heaven, or perhaps one should do as in a just war, in which one kills only the soldiers?
With God's help, to His Honor, my dear Rabbi, 'First I would like to ask how you and your family are. 'A second problem I have is whether I am permitted to put myself in danger by allowing a woman to stay alive?