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Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of Jewish Values
One of the hallmarks of Judaism is the emphasis it places on gemilut chasadim, acts of loving-kindness. From the very beginning of Jewish history, there has always been a role model and a system of laws regulating how Jews were to treat their neighbors and themselves in an ethical and moral way, starting with the burial of Moses by God (Deut. 43:6) and continuing down through the ages with the prophets of Israel crying out against social injustice.
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