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The Jews' 600+ Commandments:

There is no Bible.  It is a collection of GOD Almighty's Holy Commandments, and writings of men and history.  It was forged as an official book by the Emperor Constantine's team of church leaders in the early 300s in the city of Nicaea, Turkey.  But to GOD Almighty, His True Book from the people of the Book is His Commandments:

Deuteronomy 4:2  "Do not add to what I command you and do not subtract from it, but keep the commands of the Lord your God that I give you."

The Glorious Quran is also in perfect agreement with this:

[002:087] We gave Moses the Book and followed him up with a succession of apostles....
[017:002] We gave Moses the Book, and made it a Guide to the Children of Israel, (commanding)....
[025:035] (Before this,) We sent Moses The Book, and appointed his brother Aaron with him as minister;

Allah Almighty also said that Islam came to free the Jews from their "burdens and shackles" [1].  The Glorious Quran also makes it abundantly clear that the Jewish writings are not perfectly Divine.  They do contain corruption in them:

  • Which book were the people of the Book reciting (فسأل الذين يقرؤون الكتاب) during Prophet Muhammad's days according to the Glorious Quran 10:94?
  • Judge the Jews and Christians by the Quran, because it has full authority over them and their scriptures 5:48 المهيمن.
  • Deuteronomy 4:2 clearly declares that the Bible is corrupt!
  • The Bible's Scientific Absurdities!
  • Just who were the real authors of the Bible?
  • The best way to convert a non-Muslim to Islam?  Covers the Hijacked Bible in great details.
  • Baca is Mecca in Psalm 84:6.  According to (1) Cambridge commentary, (2) Jewish Encyclopedia and (3) Encyclopedia Biblica in Arabic and other sources.  Ample Jewish and Christian references declare this.
      
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    With all of this in mind, let us look at the Jews' 600+ total Commandments from GOD Almighty.  These are the Do and Do not do Commandments:

      GOD
    1 To know that GOD exists (Exodus 20:2; Deuteronomy 5:6) 
    2 Not to entertain the idea that there is any god but the Eternal (Exodus 20:3) 
    3 Not to blaspheme (Exodus 22:27; in Christian texts, Exodus 22:28), the penalty for which is death (Leviticus 24:16) 
    4 To hallow GOD's name (Leviticus 22:32) 
    5 Not to profane GOD's name (Leviticus 22:32) 
    6 To know that GOD is One, a complete Unity (Deuteronomy 6:4)
    7 To love GOD (Deuteronomy 6:5)
    8 To fear Him reverently (Deuteronomy 6:13; 10:20)
    9 Not to put the word of GOD to the test (Deuteronomy 6:16)
    10 To imitate His good and upright ways (Deuteronomy 28:9)
      Torah
    11 To honor the old and the wise (Leviticus 19:32)
    12 To learn Torah and to teach it (Deuteronomy 6:7)
    13 To cleave to those who know Him (Deuteronomy 10:20)
    14 Not to add to the commandments of the Torah, whether in the Written Law or in its interpretation received by tradition (Deuteronomy 13:1)
    15 Not to take away from the commandments of the Torah (Deuteronomy 13:1)
    16 That every person shall write a scroll of the Torah for himself (Deuteronomy 31:19)
      Signs and Symbols
    17 To circumcise the male offspring (Genesis 17:12; Leviticus 12:3) 
    18 To put tzitzit on the corners of clothing (Numbers 15:38) 
    19 To bind tefillin on the head (Deuteronomy 6:8) 
    20 To bind tefillin on the arm (Deuteronomy 6:8) 
    21 To affix the mezuzah to the doorposts and gates of your house (Deuteronomy 6:9) 
      Prayer and Blessings
    22 To pray to GOD (Exodus 23:25; Deuteronomy 6:13) 
    23 To read the Shema in the morning and at night (Deuteronomy 6:7) 
    24 To recite grace after meals (Deuteronomy 8:10) 
    25 Not to lay down a stone for worship (Leviticus 26:1) 
      Love and Brotherhood
    26 To love all human beings who are of the covenant (Leviticus 19:18) 
    27 Not to stand by idly when a human life is in danger (Leviticus 19:16) 
    28 Not to wrong any one in speech (Leviticus 25:17) 
    29 Not to carry tales (Leviticus 19:16) 
    30 Not to cherish hatred in one's heart (Leviticus 19:17) 
    31 Not to take revenge (Leviticus 19:18) 
    32 Not to bear a grudge (Leviticus 19:18) 
    33 Not to put any Jew to shame (Leviticus 19:17) 
    34 Not to curse any other Israelite (Leviticus 19:14)
    35 Not to give occasion to the simple-minded to stumble on the road (Leviticus 19:14)
    36 To rebuke the sinner (Leviticus 19:17) 
    37 To relieve a neighbor of his burden and help to unload his beast (Exodus 23:5) 
    38 To assist in replacing the load upon a neighbor's beast (Deuteronomy 22:4) 
    39 Not to leave a beast, that has fallen down beneath its burden, unaided (Deuteronomy 22:4) 
      The Poor and Unfortunate
    40 Not to afflict an orphan or a widow (Exodus 22:21) 
    42 Not to reap the entire field (Leviticus 19:9; Leviticus 23:22) 
    43 To leave the unreaped corner of the field or orchard for the poor (Leviticus 19:9) 
    44 Not to gather gleanings (the ears that have fallen to the ground while reaping) (Leviticus 19:9)
    45 To leave the gleanings for the poor (Leviticus 19:9)
    46 Not to gather ol'loth (the imperfect clusters) of the vineyard (Leviticus 19:10)
    47 To leave ol'loth (the imperfect clusters) of the vineyard for the poor (Leviticus 19:10; Deuteronomy 24:21)
    48 Not to gather the peret (grapes) that have fallen to the ground (Leviticus 19:10)
    49 To leave peret (the single grapes) of the vineyard for the poor (Leviticus 19:10)
    50 Not to return to take a forgotten sheaf (Deuteronomy 24:19)
    51 To leave the forgotten sheaves for the poor (Deuteronomy 24:19-20)  
    52 Not to refrain from maintaining a poor man and giving him what he needs (Deuteronomy 15:7) 
    53 To give charity according to one's means (Deuteronomy 15:11) 
      Treatment of Gentiles
    54 To love the stranger (Deuteronomy 10:19) 
    55 Not to wrong the stranger in speech (Exodus 22:20) 
    56 Not to wrong the stranger in buying or selling (Exodus 22:20)
    57 Not to intermarry with gentiles (Deuteronomy 7:3) 
    58 To exact the debt of an alien (Deuteronomy 15:3) 
    59 To lend to an alien at interest (Deuteronomy 23:21) 
      Marriage, Divorce and Family
    60 To honor father and mother (Exodus 20:12) 
    61 Not to smite a father or a mother (Exodus 21:15)
    62 Not to curse a father or mother (Exodus 21:17) 
    63 To reverently fear father and mother (Leviticus 19:3) 
    64 To be fruitful and multiply (Genesis 1:28) 
    65 That a eunuch shall not marry a daughter of Israel (Deuteronomy 23:2) 
    66 That a mamzer shall not marry the daughter of a Jew (Deuteronomy 23:3)
    67 That an Ammonite or Moabite shall never marry the daughter of an Israelite (Deuteronomy 23:4) 
    68 Not to exclude a descendant of Esau from the community of Israel for three generations (Deuteronomy 23:8-9) 
    69 Not to exclude an Egyptian from the community of Israel for three generations (Deuteronomy 23:8-9) 
    70 That there shall be no harlot (in Israel); that is, that there shall be no intercourse with a woman, without previous marriage with a deed of marriage and formal declaration of marriage (Deuteronomy 23:18) 
    71 To take a wife by kiddushin, the sacrament of marriage (Deuteronomy 24:1)
    72 That the newly married husband shall (be free) for one year to rejoice with his wife (Deuteronomy 24:5) 
    73 That a bridegroom shall be exempt for a whole year from taking part in any public labor, such as military service, guarding the wall and similar duties (Deuteronomy 24:5) 
    74 Not to withhold food, clothing or conjugal rights from a wife (Exodus 21:10) 
    75 That the woman suspected of adultery shall be dealt with as prescribed in the Torah (Numbers 5:30) 
    76 That one who defames his wife's honor (by falsely accusing her of unchastity before marriage) must live with her all his lifetime (Deuteronomy 22:19) 
    77 That a man may not divorce his wife concerning whom he has published an evil report (about her unchastity before marriage) (Deuteronomy 22:19) 
    78 To divorce by a formal written document (Deuteronomy 24:1) 
    79 That one who divorced his wife shall not remarry her, if after the divorce she had been married to another man (Deuteronomy 24:4)
    80 That a widow whose husband died childless must not be married to anyone but her deceased husband's brother (Deuteronomy 25:5)
    81 To marry the widow of a brother who has died childless (Deuteronomy 25:5)
    82 That the widow formally release the brother-in-law (if he refuses to marry her) (Deuteronomy 25:7-9)
      Forbidden Sexual Relations
    83 Not to indulge in familiarities with relatives, such as kissing, embracing, winking, skipping, which may lead to incest (Leviticus 18:6)
    84 Not to commit incest with one's mother (Leviticus 18:7)
    85 Not to commit sodomy with one's father (Leviticus 18:7) 
    86 Not to commit incest with one's father's wife (Leviticus 18:8)
    87 Not to commit incest with one's sister (Leviticus 18:9)
    88 Not to commit incest with one's father's wife's daughter (Leviticus 18:11)
    89 Not to commit incest with one's son's daughter (Leviticus 18:10)
    90 Not to commit incest with one's daughter's daughter (Leviticus 18:10)
    91 Not to commit incest with one's fathers sister (Leviticus 18:12) 
    92 Not to commit incest with one's mother's sister (Leviticus 18:13) 
    93 Not to commit incest with one's father's brothers wife (Leviticus 18:14) 
    94 Not to commit sodomy with one's father's brother (Leviticus 18:14) 
    95 Not to commit incest with one's son's wife (Leviticus 18:15) 
    96 Not to commit incest with one's brother's wife (Leviticus 18:16)
    97 Not to commit incest with one's wife's daughter (Leviticus 18:17) 
    98 Not to commit incest with the daughter of one's wife's son (Leviticus 18:17)
    99 Not to commit incest with the daughter of one's wife's daughter (Leviticus 18:17)
    100 Not to commit incest with one's wife's sister (Leviticus 18:18)
    101 Not to have intercourse with a woman, in her menstrual period (Leviticus 18:19) 
    102 Not to have intercourse with another man's wife (Leviticus 18:20) 
    103 Not to commit sodomy with a male (Leviticus 18:22) 
    104 Not to have intercourse with a beast (Leviticus 18:23) 
    105 That a woman shall not have intercourse with a beast (Leviticus 18:23) 
    106 Not to castrate the male of any species; neither a man, nor a domestic or wild beast, nor a fowl (Leviticus 22:24) 
      Times and Seasons
    107 That the new month shall be solemnly proclaimed as holy, and the months and years shall be calculated by the Supreme Court only (Exodus 12:2)
    108 Not to travel on Shabbat outside the limits of one's place of residence (Exodus 16:29)
    109 To sanctify Shabbat (Exodus 20:8) 
    110 Not to do work on Shabbat (Exodus 20:10) 
    111 To rest on Shabbat (Exodus 23:12; 34:21) 
    112 To celebrate the festivals [Passover, Shavu'ot and Sukkot] (Exodus 23:14) 
    113 To rejoice on the festivals (Deuteronomy 16:14) 
    114 To appear in the Sanctuary on the festivals (Deuteronomy 16:16) 
    115 To remove chametz on the Eve of Passover (Exodus 12:15)
    116 To rest on the first day of Passover (Exodus 12:16; Leviticus 23:7)
    117 Not to do work on the first day of Passover (Exodus 12:16; Leviticus 23:6-7)
    118 To rest on the seventh day of Passover (Exodus 12:16; Leviticus 23:8) 
    119 Not to do work on the seventh day of Passover (Exodus 12:16; Leviticus 23:8) 
    110 To eat matzah on the first night of Passover (Exodus 12:18) 
    111 That no chametz be in the Israelite's possession during Passover (Exodus 12:19) 
    112 Not to eat any food containing chametz on Passover (Exodus 12:20)
    113 Not to eat chametz on Passover (Exodus 13:3) 
    114 That chametz shall not be seen in an Israelite's home during Passover (Exodus 13:7)
    115 To discuss the departure from Egypt on the first night of Passover (Exodus 13:8) 
    116 Not to eat chametz after mid-day on the fourteenth of Nissan (Deuteronomy 16:3) 
    117 To count forty-nine days from the time of the cutting of the Omer (first sheaves of the barley harvest) (Leviticus 23:15)
    118 To rest on Shavu'ot (Leviticus 23:21)
    119 Not to do work on the Shavu'ot (Leviticus 23:21) 
    120 To rest on Rosh Hashanah (Leviticus 23:24) 
    121 Not to do work on Rosh Hashanah (Leviticus 23:25) 
    122 To hear the sound of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah (Numbers 29:1) 
    123 To fast on Yom Kippur (Leviticus 23:27) 
    124 Not to eat or drink on Yom Kippur (Leviticus 23:29) 
    125 Not to do work on Yom Kippur (Leviticus 23:31) 
    126 To rest on the Yom Kippur (Leviticus 23:32) 
    127 To rest on the first day of Sukkot (Leviticus 23:35) 
    128 Not to do work on the first day of Sukkot (Leviticus 23:35)
    129 To rest on the eighth day of Sukkot (Shemini Atzeret) (Leviticus 23:36) 
    130 Not to do work on the eighth day of Sukkot (Shemini Atzeret) (Leviticus 23:36) 
    131 To take during Sukkot a palm branch and the other three plants (Leviticus 23:40)
    132 To dwell in booths seven days during Sukkot (Leviticus 23:42)
      Dietary Laws
    133 To examine the marks in cattle (so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean) (Leviticus 11:2) 
    134 Not to eat the flesh of unclean beasts (Leviticus 11:4) 
    135 To examine the marks in fishes (so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Leviticus 11:9)
    136 Not to eat unclean fish (Leviticus 11:11)
    137 To examine the marks in fowl, so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Deuteronomy 14:11) 
    138 Not to eat unclean fowl (Leviticus 11:13) 
    139 To examine the marks in locusts, so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Leviticus 11:21) 
    140 Not to eat a worm found in fruit (Leviticus 11:41) 
    141 Not to eat of things that creep upon the earth (Leviticus 11:41-42) 
    142 Not to eat any vermin of the earth (Leviticus 11:44) 
    143 Not to eat things that swarm in the water (Leviticus 11:43 and 46) 
    144 Not to eat of winged insects (Deuteronomy 14:19) 
    145 Not to eat the flesh of a beast that is terefah (lit torn) (Exodus 22:30) 
    146 Not to eat the flesh of a beast that died of itself (Deuteronomy 14:21) 
    147 To slay cattle, deer and fowl according to the laws of shechitah if their flesh is to be eaten (Deuteronomy 12:21) 
    148 Not to eat a limb removed from a living beast (Deuteronomy 12:23) 
    149 Not to slaughter an animal and its young on the same day (Leviticus 22:28) 
    150 Not to take the mother-bird with the young (Deuteronomy 22:6) 
    151 To set the mother-bird free when taking the nest (Deuteronomy 22:6-7) 
    152 Not to eat the flesh of an ox that was condemned to be stoned (Exodus 21:28) 
    153 Not to boil meat with milk (Exodus 23:19)
    154 Not to eat flesh with milk (Exodus 34:26)
    155 Not to eat the of the thigh-vein which shrank (Genesis 32:33) 
    156 Not to eat chelev (tallow-fat) (Leviticus 7:23)
    157 Not to eat blood (Leviticus 7:26) 
    158 To cover the blood of undomesticated animals (deer, etc.) and of fowl that have been killed (Leviticus 17:13) 
    159 Not to eat or drink like a glutton or a drunkard (not to rebel against father or mother) (Leviticus 19:26; Deuteronomy 21:20)
      Business Practices
    160 Not to do wrong in buying or selling (Leviticus 25:14)
    161 Not to make a loan to an Israelite on interest (Leviticus 25:37) 
    162 Not to borrow on interest (Deuteronomy 23:20) (because this would cause the lender to sin) 
    163 Not to take part in any usurious transaction between borrower and lender, neither as a surety, nor as a witness, nor as a writer of the bond for them (Exodus 22:24)
    164 To lend to a poor person (Exodus 22:24) (even though the passage says "if you lend" it is understood as obligatory) 
    165 Not to demand from a poor man repayment of his debt, when the creditor knows that he cannot pay, nor press him (Exodus 22:24) 
    166 Not to take in pledge utensils used in preparing food (Deuteronomy 24:6)
    167 Not to exact a pledge from a debtor by force (Deuteronomy 24:10) 
    168 Not to keep the pledge from its owner at the time when he needs it (Deuteronomy 24:12) 
    169 To return a pledge to its owner (Deuteronomy 24:13)
    170 Not to take a pledge from a widow (Deuteronomy 24:17) 
    171 Not to commit fraud in measuring (Leviticus 19:35) 
    172 To ensure that scales and weights are correct (Leviticus 19:36) 
    173 Not to possess inaccurate measures and weights (Deuteronomy 25:13-14) 
      Employees, Servants and Slaves
    174 Not to delay payment of a hired man's wages (Leviticus 19:13) 
    175 That the hired laborer shall be permitted to eat of the produce he is reaping (Deuteronomy 23:25-26)
    176 That the hired laborer shall not take more than he can eat (Deuteronomy 23:25) 
    177 That a hired laborer shall not eat produce that is not being harvested (Deuteronomy 23:26) 
    178 To pay wages to the hired man at the due time (Deuteronomy 24:15) 
    179 To deal judicially with the Hebrew bondman in accordance with the laws appertaining to him (Exodus 21:2-6) 
    180 Not to compel the Hebrew servant to do the work of a slave (Leviticus 25:39) 
    181 Not to sell a Hebrew servant as a slave (Leviticus 25:42) 
    182 Not to treat a Hebrew servant rigorously (Leviticus 25:43) 
    183 Not to permit a gentile to treat harshly a Hebrew bondman sold to him (Leviticus 25:53) 
    184 Not to send away a Hebrew bondman servant empty handed, when he is freed from service (Deuteronomy 15:13) 
    185 To bestow liberal gifts upon the Hebrew bondsman (at the end of his term of service), and the same should be done to a Hebrew bondwoman (Deuteronomy 15:14) 
    186 To redeem a Hebrew maid-servant (Exodus 21:8) 
    187 Not to sell a Hebrew maid-servant to another person (Exodus 21:8) 
    188 To espouse a Hebrew maid-servant (Exodus 21:8-9) 
    189 To keep the Canaanite slave forever (Leviticus 25:46) 
    190 Not to surrender a slave, who has fled to the land of Israel, to his owner who lives outside Palestine (Deuteronomy 23:16) 
    191 Not to wrong such a slave (Deuteronomy 23:17) 
    192 Not to muzzle a beast, while it is working in produce which it can eat and enjoy (Deuteronomy 25:4) 
      Vows, Oaths and Swearing
    193 That a man should fulfill whatever he has uttered (Deuteronomy 23:24) 
    194 Not to swear needlessly (Exodus 20:7)
    195 Not to violate an oath or swear falsely (Leviticus 19:12) 
    196 To decide in cases of annulment of vows, according to the rules set forth in the Torah (Numbers 30:2-17) 
    197 Not to break a vow (Numbers 30:3) 
    198 To swear by His name truly (Deuteronomy 10:20) 
    199 Not to delay in fulfilling vows or bringing vowed or free-will offerings (Deuteronomy 23:22) 
      The Sabbatical and Jubilee Years
    200 To let the land lie fallow in the Sabbatical year (Exodus 23:11; Leviticus 25:2)  
    201 To cease from tilling the land in the Sabbatical year (Exodus 23:11)  (Leviticus 25:2) 
    202 Not to till the ground in the Sabbatical year (Leviticus 25:4)  
    203 Not to do any work on the trees in the Sabbatical year (Leviticus 25:4)  
    204 Not to reap the aftermath that grows in the Sabbatical year, in the same way as it is reaped in other years (Leviticus 25:5)  
    205 Not to gather the fruit of the tree in the Sabbatical year in the same way as it is gathered in other years (Leviticus 25:5)  
    206 To sound the Ram's horn in the Sabbatical year (Leviticus 25:9) 
    207 To release debts in the seventh year (Deuteronomy 15:2) 
    208 Not to demand return of a loan after the Sabbatical year has passed (Deuteronomy 15:2) 
    209 Not to refrain from making a loan to a poor man, because of the release of loans in the Sabbatical year (Deuteronomy 15:9) 
    210 To assemble the people to hear the Torah at the close of the seventh year (Deuteronomy 31:12) 
    211 To count the years of the Jubilee by years and by cycles of seven years (Leviticus 25:8) 
    212 To keep the Jubilee year holy by resting and letting the land lie fallow (Leviticus 25:10) 
    213 Not to cultivate the soil nor do any work on the trees, in the Jubilee Year (Leviticus 25:11) 
    214 Not to reap the aftermath of the field that grew of itself in the Jubilee Year, in the same way as in other years (Leviticus 25:11) 
    215 Not to gather the fruit of the tree in the Jubilee Year, in the same way as in other years (Leviticus 25:11) 
    216 To grant redemption to the land in the Jubilee year (Leviticus 25:24) 
      The Court and Judicial Procedure
    217 To appoint judges and officers in every community of Israel (Deuteronomy 16:18) 
    218 Not to appoint as a judge, a person who is not well versed in the laws of the Torah, even if he is expert in other branches of knowledge (Deuteronomy 1:17) 
    219 To adjudicate cases of purchase and sale (Leviticus 25:14) 
    220 To judge cases of liability of a paid depositary (Exodus 22:9) 
    221 To adjudicate cases of loss for which a gratuitous borrower is liable (Exodus 22:13-14) 
    222 To adjudicate cases of inheritances (Numbers 27:8-11) 
    223 To judge cases of damage caused by an uncovered pit (Exodus 21:33-34) 
    224 To judge cases of injuries caused by beasts (Exodus 21:35-36) 
    225 To adjudicate cases of damage caused by trespass of cattle (Exodus 22:4) 
    226 To adjudicate cases of damage caused by fire (Exodus 22:5) 
    227 To adjudicate cases of damage caused by a gratuitous depositary (Exodus 22:6-7) 
    228 To adjudicate other cases between a plaintiff and a defendant (Exodus 22:8) 
    229 Not to curse a judge (Exodus 22:27) 
    230 That one who possesses evidence shall testify in Court (Leviticus 5:1) 
    231 Not to testify falsely (Exodus 20:13) 
    232 That a witness, who has testified in a capital case, shall not lay down the law in that particular case (Numbers 35:30) 
    233 That a transgressor shall not testify (Exodus 23:1) 
    234 That the court shall not accept the testimony of a close relative of the defendant in matters of capital punishment (Deuteronomy 24:16)
    235 Not to hear one of the parties to a suit in the absence of the other party (Exodus 23:1)
    236 To examine witnesses thoroughly (Deuteronomy 13:15) 
    237 Not to decide a case on the evidence of a single witness (Deuteronomy 19:15) 
    238 To give the decision according to the majority, when there is a difference of opinion among the members of the Sanhedrin as to matters of law (Exodus 23:2) 
    239 Not to decide, in capital cases, according to the view of the majority, when those who are for condemnation exceed by one only, those who are for acquittal (Exodus 23:2) 
    240 That, in capital cases, one who had argued for acquittal, shall not later on argue for condemnation (Exodus 23:2) 
    241 To treat parties in a litigation with equal impartiality (Leviticus 19:15) 
    242 Not to render iniquitous decisions (Leviticus 19:15) 
    243 Not to favor a great man when trying a case (Leviticus 19:15)
    244 Not to take a bribe (Exodus 23:8)
    245 Not to be afraid of a bad man, when trying a case (Deuteronomy 1:17) 
    246 Not to be moved in trying a case, by the poverty of one of the parties (Exodus 23:3; Leviticus 19:15) 
    247 Not to pervert the judgment of strangers or orphans (Deuteronomy 24:17) 
    248 Not to pervert the judgment of a sinner (a person poor in fulfillment of commandments) (Exodus 23:6) 
    249 Not to render a decision on one's personal opinion, but only on the evidence of two witnesses, who saw what actually occurred (Exodus 23:7) 
    250 Not to execute one guilty of a capital offense, before he has stood his trial (Numbers 35:12) 
    251 To accept the rulings of every Supreme Court in Israel (Deuteronomy 17:11) 
    252 Not to rebel against the orders of the Court (Deuteronomy 17:11) 
      Injuries and Damages
    253 To make a parapet for your roof (Deuteronomy 22:8) 
    254 Not to leave something that might cause hurt (Deuteronomy 22:8) 
    255 To save the pursued even at the cost of the life of the pursuer (Deuteronomy 25:12)  
    256 Not to spare a pursuer, but he is to be slain before he reaches the pursued and slays the latter, or uncovers his nakedness (Deuteronomy 25:12) 
      Property and Property Rights
    257 Not to sell a field in the land of Israel in perpetuity (Leviticus 25:23) 
    258 Not to change the character of the open land (about the cities of) the Levites or of their fields; not to sell it in perpetuity, but it may be redeemed at any time (Leviticus 25:34)  
    259 That houses sold within a walled city may be redeemed within a year (Leviticus 25:29) 
    260 Not to remove landmarks (property boundaries) (Deuteronomy 19:14) 
    261 Not to swear falsely in denial of another's property rights (Leviticus 19:11) 
    262 Not to deny falsely another's property rights (Leviticus 19:11) 
    263 Never to settle in the land of Egypt (Deuteronomy 17:16) 
    264 Not to steal personal property (Leviticus 19:11) 
    265 To restore that which one took by robbery (Leviticus 5:23) 
    266 To return lost property (Deuteronomy 22:1) 
    267 Not to pretend not to have seen lost property, to avoid the obligation to return it (Deuteronomy 22:3)
      Criminal Laws
    268 Not to slay an innocent person (Exodus 20:13) 
    269 Not to kidnap any person of Israel (Exodus 20:13)
    270 Not to rob by violence (Leviticus 19:13) 
    271 Not to defraud (Leviticus 19:13) 
    272 Not to covet what belongs to another (Exodus 20:14) 
    273 Not to crave something that belongs to another (Deuteronomy 5:18) 
    274 Not to indulge in evil thoughts and sights (Numbers 15:39) 
      Punishment and Restitution
    275 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by decapitation with the sword (Exodus 21:20; Leviticus 26:25) 
    276 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by strangulation (Leviticus 20:10) 
    277 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by burning with fire (Leviticus 20:14) 
    278 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by stoning (Deuteronomy 22:24) 
    279 To hang the dead body of one who has incurred that penalty (Deuteronomy 21:22) 
    280 That the dead body of an executed criminal shall not remain hanging on the tree over night (Deuteronomy 21:23) 
    281 To inter the executed on the day of execution (Deuteronomy 21:23) 
    282 Not to accept ransom from a murderer (Numbers 35:31) 
    283 To exile one who committed accidental homicide (Numbers 35:25) 
    284 To establish six cities of refuge (for those who committed accidental homicide) (Deuteronomy 19:3) 
    285 Not to accept ransom from an accidental homicide, so as to relieve him from exile (Numbers 35:32) 
    286 To decapitate the heifer in the manner prescribed (in expiation of a murder on the road, the perpetrator of which remained undiscovered) (Deuteronomy 21:4) 
    287 Not to plow nor sow the rough valley (in which a heifer's neck was broken) (Deuteronomy 21:4) 
    288 To adjudge a thief to pay compensation or (in certain cases) suffer death (Exodus 21:16; Exodus 21:37; Exodus 22:1) 
    289 That he who inflicts a bodily injury shall pay monetary compensation (Exodus 21:18-19) 
    290 To impose a penalty of fifty shekels upon the seducer (of an unbetrothed virgin) and enforce the other rules in connection with the case (Exodus 22:15-16) 
    291 That the violator (of an unbetrothed virgin) shall marry her (Deuteronomy 22:28-29) 
    292 That one who has raped a damsel and has then (in accordance with the law) married her, may not divorce her (Deuteronomy 22:29) 
    293 Not to inflict punishment on Shabbat (Exodus 35:3) 
    294 To punish the wicked by the infliction of stripes (Deuteronomy 25:2) 
    295 Not to exceed the statutory number of stripes laid on one who has incurred that punishment (Deuteronomy 25:3) 
    296 Not to spare the offender, in imposing the prescribed penalties on one who has caused damage (Deuteronomy 19:13) 
    297 To do unto false witnesses as they had purposed to do (to the accused) (Deuteronomy 19:19) 
    298 Not to punish any one who has committed an offense under duress (Deuteronomy 22:26) 
    299 Prophecy
    300 To heed the call of every prophet in each generation, provided that he neither adds to, nor takes away from the Torah (Deuteronomy 18:15) 
    301 Not to prophesy falsely (Deuteronomy 18:20)
    302 Not to refrain from putting a false prophet to death nor to be in fear of him (Deuteronomy 18:22) 
      Idolatry, Idolaters and Idolatrous Practices
    303 Not to make a graven image; neither to make it oneself nor to have it made by others (Exodus 20:4) 
    304 Not to make any figures for ornament, even if they are not worshipped (Exodus 20:20) 
    305 Not to make idols even for others (Exodus 34:17; Leviticus 19:4)
    306 Not to use the ornament of any object of idolatrous worship (Deuteronomy 7:25) 
    307 Not to make use of an idol or its accessory objects, offerings, or libations (Deuteronomy 7:26) 
    308 Not to drink wine of idolaters (Deuteronomy 32:38) 
    309 Not to worship an idol in the way in which it is usually worshipped (Exodus 20:5) 
    310 Not to bow down to an idol, even if that is not its mode of worship (Exodus 20:5) 
    311 Not to prophesy in the name of an idol (Exodus 23:13; Deuteronomy 18:20) 
    312 Not to hearken to one who prophesies in the name of an idol (Deuteronomy 13:4) 
    313 Not to lead the children of Israel astray to idolatry (Exodus 23:13) 
    314 Not to entice an Israelite to idolatry (Deuteronomy 13:12) 
    315 To destroy idolatry and its appurtenances (Deuteronomy 12:2-3) 
    316 Not to love the enticer to idolatry (Deuteronomy 13:9) 
    317 Not to give up hating the enticer to idolatry (Deuteronomy 13:9) 
    318 Not to save the enticer from capital punishment, but to stand by at his execution (Deuteronomy 13:9) 
    319 A person whom he attempted to entice to idolatry shall not urge pleas for the acquittal of the enticer (Deuteronomy 13:9)
    320 A person whom he attempted to entice shall not refrain from giving evidence of the enticer's guilt, if he has such evidence (Deuteronomy 13:9) 
    321 Not to swear by an idol to its worshipers, nor cause them to swear by it (Exodus 23:13)
    322 Not to turn one's attention to idolatry (Leviticus 19:4) 
    323 Not to adopt the institutions of idolaters nor their customs (Leviticus 18:3; Leviticus 20:23) 
    324 Not to pass a child through the fire to Molech (Leviticus 18:21) 
    325 Not to suffer any one practicing witchcraft to live (Exodus 22:17) 
    326 Not to practice onein (observing times or seasons as favorable or unfavorable, using astrology) (Leviticus 19:26)
    327 Not to practice nachesh (doing things based on signs and portents; using charms and incantations) (Leviticus 19:26)
    328 Not to consult ovoth (ghosts) (Leviticus 19:31) 
    329 Not to consult yid'onim (wizards) (Leviticus 19:31) 
    330 Not to practice kisuf (magic using herbs, stones and objects that people use) (Deuteronomy 18:10) 
    331 Not to practice kessem (a general term for magical practices) (Deuteronomy 18:10) 
    332 Not to practice the art of a chover chaver (casting spells over snakes and scorpions) (Deuteronomy 18:11) 
    333 Not to enquire of an ob (a ghost) (Deuteronomy 18:11) 
    334 Not to seek the maytim (dead) (Deuteronomy 18:11) 
    335 Not to enquire of a yid'oni (wizard) (Deuteronomy 18:11) 
    336 Not to remove the entire beard, like the idolaters (Leviticus 19:27) 
    337 Not to round the corners of the head, as the idolatrous priests do (Leviticus 19:27) 
    338 Not to cut oneself or make incisions in one's flesh in grief, like the idolaters (Leviticus 19:28; Deuteronomy 14:1) 
    339 Not to tattoo the body like the idolaters (Leviticus 19:28) 
    340 Not to make a bald spot for the dead (Deuteronomy 14:1)
    341 Not to plant a tree for worship (Deuteronomy 16:21) 
    342 Not to set up a pillar (for worship) (Deuteronomy 16:22)
    343 Not to show favor to idolaters (Deuteronomy 7:2) 
    344 Not to make a covenant with the seven (Canaanite, idolatrous) nations (Exodus 23:32; Deuteronomy 7:2) 
    345 Not to settle idolaters in our land (Exodus 23:33)
    346 To slay the inhabitants of a city that has become idolatrous and burn that city (Deuteronomy 13:16-17) 
    347 Not to rebuild a city that has been led astray to idolatry (Deuteronomy 13:17) 
    348 Not to make use of the property of city that has been so led astray (Deuteronomy 13:18) 
      Agriculture and Animal Husbandry
    349 Not to cross-breed cattle of different species (Leviticus 19:19)
    350 Not to sow different kinds of seed together in one field (Leviticus 19:19) 
    351 Not to eat the fruit of a tree for three years from the time it was planted (Leviticus 19:23)
    352 That the fruit of fruit-bearing trees in the fourth year of their planting shall be sacred like the second tithe and eaten in Jerusalem (Leviticus 19:24)
    353 Not to sow grain or herbs in a vineyard (Deuteronomy 22:9) 
    354 Not to eat the produce of diverse seeds sown in a vineyard (Deuteronomy 22:9) 
    355 Not to work with beasts of different species, yoked together (Deuteronomy 22:10) 
      Clothing
    356 That a man shall not wear women's clothing (Deuteronomy 22:5)
    357 That a woman should not wear men's clothing (Deuteronomy 22:5) 
    358 Not to wear garments made of wool and linen mixed together (Deuteronomy 22:11) 
      The Firstborn
    359 To redeem the firstborn human male (Exodus 13:13; Exodus 34:20; Numbers 18:15) 
    360 To redeem the firstling of an ass (Exodus 13:13; Exodus 34:20) 
    361 To break the neck of the firstling of an ass if it is not redeemed (Exodus 13:13; Exodus 34:20) 
    362 Not to redeem the firstling of a clean beast (Numbers 18:17) 
      Kohanim and Levites
    363 That the kohanim shall put on priestly vestments for the service (Exodus 28:2)
    364 Not to tear the High Kohein's robe (Exodus 28:32) 
    365 That the kohein shall not enter the Sanctuary at all times (i.e., at times when he is not performing service) (Leviticus 16:2) 
    366 That the ordinary kohein shall not defile himself by contact with any dead, other than immediate relatives (Leviticus 21:1-3) 
    367 That the kohanim defile themselves for their deceased relatives (by attending their burial), and mourn for them like other Israelites, who are commanded to mourn for their relatives (Leviticus 21:3) 
    368 That a kohein who had an immersion during the day (to cleanse him from his uncleanness) shall not serve in the Sanctuary until after sunset (Leviticus 21:6) 
    369 That a kohein shall not marry a divorced woman (Leviticus 21:7) 
    370 That a kohein shall not marry a harlot (Leviticus 21:7) 
    371 That a kohein shall not marry a profaned woman (Leviticus 21:7) 
    372 To show honor to a kohein, and to give him precedence in all things that are holy (Leviticus 21:8)
    373 That a High Kohein shall not defile himself with any dead, even if they are relatives (Leviticus 21:11) 
    374 That a High Kohein shall not go (under the same roof) with a dead body (Leviticus 21:11) 
    375 That the High Kohein shall marry a virgin (Leviticus 21:13)  
    376 That the High Kohein shall not marry a widow (Leviticus 21:14)  
    377 That the High Kohein shall not cohabit with a widow, even without marriage, because he profanes her (Leviticus 21:15) 
    378 That a person with a physical blemish shall not serve (in the Sanctuary) (Leviticus 21:17) 
    379 That a kohein with a temporary blemish shall not serve there (Leviticus 21:21)  
    380 That a person with a physical blemish shall not enter the Sanctuary further than the altar (Leviticus 21:23) 
    381 That a kohein who is unclean shall not serve (in the Sanctuary) (Leviticus 22:2-3)  
    382 To send the unclean out of the Camp of the Shechinah, that is, out of the Sanctuary (Numbers 5:2) 
    383 That a kohein who is unclean shall not enter the courtyard (Numbers 5:2-3) 
    384 That the kohanim shall bless Israel (Numbers 6:23) 
    385 To set apart a portion of the dough for the kohein (Numbers 15:20) 
    386 That the Levites shall not occupy themselves with the service that belongs to the kohanim, nor the kohanim with that belonging to the Levites (Numbers 18:3)  
    387 That one not a descendant of Aaron in the male line shall not serve (in the Sanctuary) (Numbers 18:4-7) 
    388 That the Levite shall serve in the Sanctuary (Numbers 18:23) 
    389 To give the Levites cities to dwell in, these to serve also as cities of refuge (Numbers 35:2)  
    390 That none of the tribe of Levi shall take any portion of territory in the land (of Israel) (Deuteronomy 18:1)  
    391 That none of the tribe of Levi shall take any share of the spoil (at the conquest of the Promised Land) (Deuteronomy 18:1) 
    392 That the kohanim shall serve in the Sanctuary in divisions, but on festivals, they all serve together (Deuteronomy 18:6-8) 
      T'rumah, Tithes and Taxes
    393 That an uncircumcised person shall not eat of the t'rumah (heave offering), and the same applies to other holy things. This rule is inferred from the law of the Paschal offering, by similarity of phrase (Exodus 12:44-45 and Leviticus 22:10)
    394 Not to alter the order of separating the t'rumah and the tithes; the separation be in the order first-fruits at the beginning, then the t'rumah, then the first tithe, and last the second tithe (Exodus 22:28)
    395 To give half a shekel every year (to the Sanctuary for provision of the public sacrifices) (Exodus 30:13) 
    396 That a kohein who is unclean shall not eat of the t'rumah (Leviticus 22:3-4)  
    397 That a person who is not a kohein or the wife or unmarried daughter of a kohein shall not eat of the t'rumah (Leviticus 22:10) 
    398 That a sojourner with a kohein or his hired servant shall not eat of the t'rumah (Leviticus 22:10) 
    399 Not to eat tevel (something from which the t'rumah and tithe have not yet been separated) (Leviticus 22:15) 
    400 To set apart the tithe of the produce (one tenth of the produce after taking out t'rumah) for the Levites (Leviticus 27:30; Numbers 18:24) 
    401 To tithe cattle (Leviticus 27:32) 
    402 Not to sell the tithe of the herd (Leviticus 27:32-33) 
    403 That the Levites shall set apart a tenth of the tithes, which they had received from the Israelites, and give it to the kohanim (called the t'rumah of the tithe) (Numbers 18:26) 
    404 Not to eat the second tithe of cereals outside Jerusalem (Deuteronomy 12:17) 
    405 Not to consume the second tithe of the vintage outside of Jerusalem (Deuteronomy 12:17) 
    406 Not to consume the second tithe of the oil outside of Jerusalem (Deuteronomy 12:17) 
    407 Not to forsake the Levites (Deuteronomy 12:19)
    408 To set apart the second tithe in the first, second, fourth and fifth years of the sabbatical cycle to be eaten by its owner in Jerusalem (Deuteronomy 14:22)
    409 To set apart the second tithe in the third and sixth year of the sabbatical cycle for the poor (Deuteronomy 14:28-29)
    410 To give the kohein the due portions of the carcass of cattle (Deuteronomy 18:3)
    411 To give the first of the fleece to the kohein (Deuteronomy 18:4) 
    412 To set apart t'rumah g'dolah (the great heave-offering, that is, a small portion of the grain, wine and oil) for the kohein (Deuteronomy 18:4)  
    413 Not to expend the proceeds of the second tithe on anything but food and drink (Deuteronomy 26:14). 
    414 Not to eat the Second Tithe, even in Jerusalem, in a state of uncleanness, until the tithe had been redeemed (Deuteronomy 26:14) 
    415 Not to eat the Second Tithe, when mourning (Deuteronomy 26:14) 
    416 To make the declaration, when bringing the second tithe to the Sanctuary (Deuteronomy 26:13) 
      The Temple, the Sanctuary and Sacred Objects
    417 Not to build an altar of hewn stone (Exodus 20:22) 
    418 Not to mount the altar by steps (Exodus 20:23) 
    419 To build the Sanctuary (Exodus 25:8) 
    420 Not to remove the staves from the Ark (Exodus 25:15) 
    421 To set the showbread and the frankincense before the L-rd every Shabbat (Exodus 25:30) 
    422 To kindle lights in the Sanctuary (Exodus 27:21) 
    423 That the breastplate shall not be loosened from the ephod (Exodus 28:28) 
    424 To offer up incense twice daily (Exodus 30:7) 
    425 Not to offer strange incense nor any sacrifice upon the golden altar (Exodus 30:9) 
    426 That the kohein shall wash his hands and feet at the time of service (Exodus 30:19) 
    427 To prepare the oil of anointment and anoint high kohanim and kings with it (Exodus 30:31)
    428 Not to compound oil for lay use after the formula of the anointing oil (Exodus 30:32-33)
    429 Not to anoint a stranger with the anointing oil (Exodus 30:32) 
    430 Not to compound anything after the formula of the incense (Exodus 30:37)
    431 That he who, in error, makes unlawful use of sacred things, shall make restitution of the value of his trespass and add a fifth (Leviticus 5:16) 
    432 To remove the ashes from the altar (Leviticus 6:3) 
    433 To keep fire always burning on the altar of the burnt-offering (Leviticus 6:6) 
    434 Not to extinguish the fire on the altar (Leviticus 6:6) 
    435 That a kohein shall not enter the Sanctuary with disheveled hair (Leviticus 10:6) 
    436 That a kohein shall not enter the Sanctuary with torn garments (Leviticus 10:6)  
    437 That the kohein shall not leave the Courtyard of the Sanctuary, during service (Leviticus 10:7) 
    438 That an intoxicated person shall not enter the Sanctuary nor give decisions in matters of the Law (Leviticus 10:9-11) 
    439 To revere the Sanctuary (Leviticus 19:30)
    440 That when the Ark is carried, it should be carried on the shoulder (Numbers 7:9) 
    441 To observe the second Passover (Numbers 9:11) 
    442 To eat the flesh of the Paschal lamb on it, with unleavened bread and bitter herbs (Numbers 9:11) 
    443 Not to leave any flesh of the Paschal lamb brought on the second Passover until the morning (Numbers 9:12) 
    444 Not to break a bone of the Paschal lamb brought on the second Passover (Numbers 9:12) 
    445 To sound the trumpets at the offering of sacrifices and in times of trouble (Numbers 10:9-10) 
    446 To watch over the edifice continually (Numbers 18:2) 
    447 Not to allow the Sanctuary to remain unwatched (Numbers 18:5) 
    448 Not to destroy anything of the Sanctuary, of synagogues, or of houses of study, nor erase the holy names (of GOD); nor may sacred scriptures be destroyed (Deuteronomy 12:2-4)
      Sacrifices and Offerings
    449 To sanctify the firstling of clean cattle and offer it up (Exodus 13:2; Deuteronomy 15:19)
    450 To slay the Paschal lamb (Exodus 12:6) 
    451 To eat the flesh of the Paschal sacrifice on the night of the fifteenth of Nissan (Exodus 12:8) 
    452 Not to eat the flesh of the Paschal lamb raw or sodden (Exodus 12:9) 
    453 Not to leave any portion of the flesh of the Paschal sacrifice until the morning unconsumed (Exodus 12:10) 
    454 Not to give the flesh of the Paschal lamb to an Israelite who had become an apostate (Exodus 12:43) 
    455 Not to give flesh of the Paschal lamb to a stranger who lives among you to eat (Exodus 12:45) 
    456 Not to take any of the flesh of the Paschal lamb from the company's place of assembly (Exodus 12:46) 
    457 Not to break a bone of the Paschal lamb (Exodus 12:46) 
    458 That the uncircumcised shall not eat of the flesh of the Paschal lamb (Exodus 12:48)
    459 Not to slaughter the Paschal lamb while there is chametz in the home (Exodus 23:18; Exodus 24:25) 
    460 Not to leave the part of the Paschal lamb that should be burnt on the altar until the morning, when it will no longer be fit to be burnt (Exodus 23:18; Exodus 24:25) 
    461 Not to go up to the Sanctuary for the festival without bringing an offering (Exodus 23:15) 
    462 To bring the first fruits to the Sanctuary (Exodus 23:19) 
    463 That the flesh of a sin-offering and guilt-offering shall be eaten (Exodus 29:33) 
    464 That one not of the seed of Aaron, shall not eat the flesh of the holy sacrifices (Exodus 29:33) 
    465 To observe the procedure of the burnt-offering (Leviticus 1:3) 
    466 To observe the procedure of the meal-offering (Leviticus 2:1) 
    467 Not to offer up leaven or honey (Leviticus 2:11) 
    468 That every sacrifice be salted (Leviticus 2:13) 
    469 Not to offer up any offering unsalted (Leviticus 2:13) 
    470 That the Court of Judgment shall offer up a sacrifice if they have erred in a judicial pronouncement (Leviticus 4:13) 
    471 That an individual shall bring a sin-offering if he has sinned in error by committing a transgression, the conscious violation of which is punished with excision (Leviticus 4:27-28)
    472 To offer a sacrifice of varying value in accordance with one's means (Leviticus 5:7) 
    473 Not to sever completely the head of a fowl brought as a sin-offering (Leviticus 5:8) 
    474 Not to put olive oil in a sin-offering made of flour (Leviticus 5:11) 
    475 Not to put frankincense on a sin-offering made of flour (Leviticus 5:11) 
    476 That an individual shall bring an offering if he is in doubt as to whether he has committed a sin for which one has to bring a sin-offering. This is called a guilt-offering for doubtful sins (Leviticus 5:17-19)
    477 That the remainder of the meal offerings shall be eaten (Leviticus 6:9) 
    478 Not to allow the remainder of the meal offerings to become leavened (Leviticus 6:10) 
    479 That the High Kohein shall offer a meal offering daily (Leviticus 6:13) 
    480 Not to eat of the meal offering brought by the kohanim (Leviticus 6:16) 
    481 To observe the procedure of the sin-offering (Leviticus 6:18)
    482 Not to eat of the flesh of sin offerings, the blood of which is brought within the Sanctuary and sprinkled towards the Veil (Leviticus 6:23) 
    483 To observe the procedure of the guilt-offering (Leviticus 7:1)
    484 To observe the procedure of the peace-offering (Leviticus 7:11)
    485 To burn meat of the holy sacrifice that has remained over (Leviticus 7:17) 
    486 Not to eat of sacrifices that are eaten beyond the appointed time for eating them (Leviticus 7:18)
    487 Not to eat of holy things that have become unclean (Leviticus 7:19) 
    488 To burn meat of the holy sacrifice that has become unclean (Leviticus 7:19) 
    489 That a person who is unclean shall not eat of things that are holy (Leviticus 7:20) 
    490 A kohein's daughter who profaned herself shall not eat of the holy things, neither of the heave offering nor of the breast, nor of the shoulder of peace offerings (Leviticus 10:14, Leviticus 22:12) 
    491 That a woman after childbirth shall bring an offering when she is clean (Leviticus 12:6)  See Birth.
    492 That the leper shall bring a sacrifice after he is cleansed (Leviticus 14:10) 
    493 That a man having an issue shall bring a sacrifice after he is cleansed of his issue (Leviticus 15:13-15) 
    494 That a woman having an issue shall bring a sacrifice after she is cleansed of her issue (Leviticus 15:28-30) 
    495 To observe, on Yom Kippur, the service appointed for that day, regarding the sacrifice, confessions, sending away of the scapegoat, etc. (Leviticus 16:3-34) 
    496 Not to slaughter beasts set apart for sacrifices outside (the Sanctuary) (Leviticus 17:3-4) 
    497 Not to eat flesh of a sacrifice that has been left over (beyond the time appointed for its consumption) (Leviticus 19:8 ) 
    498 Not to sanctify blemished cattle for sacrifice on the altar (Leviticus 22:20)
    499 That every animal offered up shall be without blemish (Leviticus 22:21) 
    500 Not to inflict a blemish on cattle set apart for sacrifice (Leviticus 22:21) 
    501 Not to slaughter blemished cattle as sacrifices (Leviticus 22:22) 
    502 Not to burn the limbs of blemished cattle upon the altar (Leviticus 22:22) 
    503 Not to sprinkle the blood of blemished cattle upon the altar (Leviticus 22:24) 
    504 Not to offer up a blemished beast that comes from non-Israelites (Leviticus 22:25) 
    505 That sacrifices of cattle can only take place when they are at least eight days old (Leviticus 22:27) 
    506 Not to leave any flesh of the thanksgiving offering until the morning (Leviticus 22:30) 
    507 To offer up the meal-offering of the Omer on the morrow after the first day of Passover, together with one lamb (Leviticus 23:10)  See The Counting of the Omer.
    508 Not to eat bread made of new grain before the Omer of barley has been offered up on the second day of Passover (Leviticus 23:14) (CCN101). See The Counting of the Omer.
    509 Not to eat roasted grain of the new produce before that time (Leviticus 23:14) (CCN102). See The Counting of the Omer.
    510 Not to eat fresh ears of the new grain before that time (Leviticus 23:14) (CCN103). See The Counting of the Omer.
    511 To bring on Shavu'ot loaves of bread together with the sacrifices which are then offered up in connection with the loaves (Leviticus 23:17-20) 
    512 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Passover (Leviticus 23:36) 
    513 That one who vows to the L-rd the monetary value of a person shall pay the amount appointed in the Scriptural portion (Leviticus 27:2-8) 
    514 If a beast is exchanged for one that had been set apart as an offering, both become sacred (Leviticus 27:10) 
    515 Not to exchange a beast set aside for sacrifice (Leviticus 27:10) 
    516 That one who vows to the L-rd the monetary value of an unclean beast shall pay its value (Leviticus 27:11-13) 
    517 That one who vows the value of his house shall pay according to the appraisal of the kohein (Leviticus 27:11-13)  See Kohein.
    518 That one who sanctifies to the L-rd a portion of his field shall pay according to the estimation appointed in the Scriptural portion (Leviticus 27:16-24) 
    519 Not to transfer a beast set apart for sacrifice from one class of sacrifices to another (Leviticus 27:26) 
    520 To decide in regard to dedicated property as to which is sacred to the Lord and which belongs to the kohein (Leviticus 27:28)  See Kohein.
    521 Not to sell a field devoted to the Lord (Leviticus 27:28) 
    522 Not to redeem a field devoted to the Lord (Leviticus 27:28) 
    523 To make confession before the L-rd of any sin that one has committed, when bringing a sacrifice and at other times (Numbers 5:6-7) (CCA33).
    524 Not to put olive oil in the meal-offering of a woman suspected of adultery (Numbers 5:15) 
    525 Not to put frankincense on it (Numbers 5:15) 
    526 To offer up the regular sacrifices daily (two lambs as burnt offerings) (Numbers 28:3) 
    527 To offer up an additional sacrifice every Shabbat (two lambs) (Numbers 28:9) 
    528 To offer up an additional sacrifice every New Moon (Numbers 28:11) 
    529 To bring an additional offering on Shavu'ot (Numbers 28:26-27) 
    530 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Rosh Hashanah (Numbers 29:1-6) 
    531 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Yom Kippur (Numbers 29:7-8) 
    532 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Sukkot (Numbers 29:12-34) 
    533 To offer up an additional offering on Shemini Atzeret, which is a festival by itself (Numbers 29:35-38) 
    534 To bring all offerings, whether obligatory or freewill, on the first festival after these were incurred (Deuteronomy 12:5-6) 
    535 Not to offer up sacrifices outside (the Sanctuary) (Deuteronomy 12:13) 
    536 To offer all sacrifices in the Sanctuary (Deuteronomy 12:14) 
    537 To redeem cattle set apart for sacrifices that contracted disqualifying blemishes, after which they may be eaten by anyone. (Deuteronomy 12:15) 
    538 Not to eat of the unblemished firstling outside Jerusalem (Deuteronomy 12:17) 
    539 Not to eat the flesh of the burnt-offering (Deuteronomy 12:17). This is a Prohibition applying to every trespasser, not to enjoy any of the holy things. If he does so, he commits a trespass 
    540 That the kohanim shall not eat the flesh of the sin-offering or guilt-offering outside the Courtyard (of the Sanctuary) (Deuteronomy 12:17) 
    541 Not to eat of the flesh of the sacrifices that are holy in a minor degree, before the blood has been sprinkled (on the altar), (Deuteronomy 12:17) 
    542 That the kohein shall not eat the first-fruits before they are set down in the Courtyard (of the Sanctuary) (Deuteronomy 12:17) 
    543 To take trouble to bring sacrifices to the Sanctuary from places outside the land of Israel (Deuteronomy 12:26)
    544 Not to eat the flesh of beasts set apart as sacrifices, that have been rendered unfit to be offered up by deliberately inflicted blemish (Deuteronomy 14:3) 
    545 Not to do work with cattle set apart for sacrifice (Deuteronomy 15:19) 
    546 Not to shear beasts set apart for sacrifice (Deuteronomy 15:19) 
    547 Not to leave any portion of the festival offering brought on the fourteenth of Nissan unto the third day (Deuteronomy 16:4) 
    548 Not to offer up a beast that has a temporary blemish (Deuteronomy 17:1) 
    549 Not to bring sacrifices out of the hire of a harlot or price of a dog (apparently a euphemism for sodomy) (Deuteronomy 23:19) 
    550 To read the portion prescribed on bringing the first fruits (Deuteronomy 26:5-10) 
      Ritual Purity and Impurity
    551 That eight species of creeping things defile by contact (Leviticus 11:29-30) 
    552 That foods become defiled by contact with unclean things (Leviticus 11:34) 
    553 That anyone who touches the carcass of a beast that died of itself shall be unclean (Leviticus 11:39) 
    554 That a lying-in woman is unclean like a menstruating woman (in terms of uncleanness) (Leviticus 12:2-5) 
    555 That a leper is unclean and defiles (Leviticus 13:2-46) 
    556 That the leper shall be universally recognized as such by the prescribed marks. So too, all other unclean persons should declare themselves as such (Leviticus 13:45) 
    557 That a leprous garment is unclean and defiles (Leviticus 13:47-49) 
    558 That a leprous house defiles (Leviticus 14:34-46) 
    559 That a man, having a running issue, defiles (Leviticus 15:1-15) 
    560 That the seed of copulation defiles (Leviticus 15:16) 
    561 That purification from all kinds of defilement shall be effected by immersion in the waters of a mikvah (Leviticus 15:16) 
    562 That a menstruating woman is unclean and defiles others (Leviticus 15:19-24) 
    563 That a woman, having a running issue, defiles (Leviticus 15:25-27) 
    564 To carry out the ordinance of the Red Heifer so that its ashes will always be available (Numbers 19:9)
    565 That a corpse defiles (Numbers 19:11-16) 
    566 That the waters of separation defile one who is clean, and cleanse the unclean from pollution by a dead body (Numbers 19:19-22) 
      Lepers and Leprosy
    567 Not to drove off the hair of the scall (Leviticus 13:33) 
    568 That the procedure of cleansing leprosy, whether of a man or of a house, takes place with cedar-wood, hyssop, scarlet thread, two birds, and running water (Leviticus 14:1-7) 
    569 That the leper shall shave all his hair (Leviticus 14:9) 
    570 Not to pluck out the marks of leprosy (Deuteronomy 24:8) 
      The King
    571 Not to curse a ruler, that is, the King or the head of the College in the land of Israel (Exodus 22:27) 
    572 To appoint a king (Deuteronomy 17:15) 
    573 Not to appoint as ruler over Israel, one who comes from non-Israelites (Deuteronomy 17:15) 
    574 That the King shall not acquire an excessive number of horses (Deuteronomy 17:16) 
    575 That the King shall not take an excessive number of wives (Deuteronomy 17:17) 
    576 That he shall not accumulate an excessive quantity of gold and silver (Deuteronomy 17:17) 
    577 That the King shall write a scroll of the Torah for himself, in addition to the one that every person should write, so that he writes two scrolls (Deuteronomy 17:18)
      Nazarites
    578 That a Nazarite shall not drink wine, or anything mixed with wine which tastes like wine; and even if the wine or the mixture has turned sour, it is prohibited to him (Numbers 6:3) 
    579 That he shall not eat fresh grapes (Numbers 6:3) 
    580 That he shall not eat dried grapes (raisins) (Numbers 6:3) 
    581 That he shall not eat the kernels of the grapes (Numbers 6:4) 
    582 That he shall not eat of the skins of the grapes (Numbers 6:4) 
    583 That the Nazarite shall permit his hair to grow (Numbers 6:5) 
    584 That the Nazarite shall not cut his hair (Numbers 6:5) 
    585 That he shall not enter any covered structure where there is a dead body (Numbers 6:6)
    586 That a Nazarite shall not defile himself for any dead person (by being in the presence of the corpse) (Numbers 6:7) 
    587 That the Nazarite shall shave his hair when he brings his offerings at the completion of the period of his Nazariteship, or within that period if he has become defiled (Numbers 6:9) 
      Wars
    588 That those engaged in warfare shall not fear their enemies nor be panic-stricken by them during battle (Deuteronomy 3:22, 7:21, 20:3) 
    589 To anoint a special kohein (to speak to the soldiers) in a war (Deuteronomy 20:2) 
    590 In a permissive war (as distinguished from obligatory ones), to observe the procedure prescribed in the Torah (Deuteronomy 20:10) 
    591 Not to keep alive any individual of the seven Canaanite nations (Deuteronomy 20:16) 
    592 To exterminate the seven Canaanite nations from the land of Israel (Deuteronomy 20:17) 
    593 Not to destroy fruit trees (wantonly or in warfare) (Deuteronomy 20:19-20)
    594 To deal with a beautiful woman taken captive in war in the manner prescribed in the Torah (Deuteronomy 21:10-14)
    595 Not to sell a beautiful woman, (taken captive in war) (Deuteronomy 21:14)
    596 Not to degrade a beautiful woman (taken captive in war) to the condition of a bondwoman (Deuteronomy 21:14)
    597 Not to offer peace to the Ammonites and the Moabites before waging war on them, as should be done to other nations (Deuteronomy 23:7)
    598 That anyone who is unclean shall not enter the Camp of the Levites (Deuteronomy 23:11)
    599 To have a place outside the camp for sanitary purposes (Deuteronomy 23:13)
    600 To keep that place sanitary (Deuteronomy 23:14-15)
    601 Always to remember what Amalek did (Deuteronomy 25:17)
    602 That the evil done to us by Amalek shall not be forgotten (Deuteronomy 25:19)
    603 To destroy the seed of Amalek (Deuteronomy 25:19)

      

      

    From www.answering-christianity.com/deuteronomy4_2.htm:

      

    Does the Quran say conclusively the bible was corrupted?

    Also visit:

  • Which book were the people of the Book reciting (فسأل الذين يقرؤون الكتاب) during Prophet Muhammad's days according to the Glorious Quran 10:94?
  • Judge the Jews and Christians by the Quran, because it has full authority over them and their scriptures 5:48 المهيمن.
  • The Jews' 600+ Commandments.
      
  • The bible itself refutes the lie about a Divine book called "Bible":
      
    Deuteronomy 4:2  "Do not add to what I command you and do not subtract from it, but keep the commands of the Lord your God that I give you."

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    Is there anything legitimate called "Bible" to begin with? There is no Divine book called "Bible".  It's a man-made lie. The Bible is no more than a book that contains collections of writings of people that were not the original Prophets and Disciples.  Even the Christian theologians declare this:

    www.answering-christianity.com/authors_gospels.htm
    www.answering-christianity.com/ac6.htm#links
    www.answering-christianity.com/jesus_problematic_hyperboles.htm

    Ironically, the very Bible itself also declares this:

    www.answering-christianity.com/warning.htm
    www.answering-christianity.com/deuteronomy4_2.htm  See section 3-f in this article "So which Book is the People of the Book's?"  It is the Dhikr (Law) of Moses according to several Noble Verses.

      

    Question:

    I've heard that Quran 2:79 is not really referring to the Jews, but the "ummi", the gentiles who write books, because the verse right before 2:78 is talking about people who don't know the book, writing the book.

    Also the others say that the Quranic mensions of "distort the scripture" is "by their tongue". So they are not describing the written text being distorted, but the way they speak, they distort it.

    If someone can show me that the context of this verse is referring to the Jews corrupting the scripture, that would be very helpful! :)

    If there is any new thing you could add, it would be helpful to me for native Arabic speakers like Osama to help prove that the Quran conclusively says the older scriptures were corrupted.

    Answer:

    [002:078] And there are among them illiterates, who know not the Book, but (see therein their own) desires, and they do nothing but conjecture.

    [002:079] Then woe to those who write the Book with their own hands, and then say:"This is from God," to traffic with it for miserable price!- Woe to them for what their hands do write, and for the gain they make thereby.

    Again, these Noble Verses confirm that there is nothing called "Bible". It is a book of conjecture, false desires and lies.  Indeed, woe to them for what their hands do write.

      

      
    Which Book is their book?

    Notice how Allah Almighty mentions His Divine Book, and also mentions their corrupt book that they fabricate in Noble Verses 2:78-79, above.  Two books mentioned.  Their Divine Book is the Laws that call for the Oneness of GOD Almighty, and the Laws that Allah Almighty called "burdens and shackles" (7:157) upon the Jews that Islam came to free them from:

    www.answering-christianity.com/islam.htm
    www.answering-christianity.com/was_muta_immoral.htm#no_abrogation
    www.answering-christianity.com/warning.htm

    www.answering-christianity.com/deuteronomy4_2.htm  See section 3-f in this article "So which Book is the People of the Book's?"  It is the Dhikr (Law) of Moses according to several Noble Verses.

      

    Like all previous Divine Books that Allah Almighty willed for them to be lost forever (ex: books of Ishmael, Noah and others), the people of the Book's "book" is no different.  It's original text too got lost forever.  However, the Divine Commandments still live.  Again, those are the BURDENS AND SHACKLES that Islam came to free them from.  What the Jews and Christians have is crookedness of false desires and conjecture.  This is why Allah Almighty said this about the Glorious Quran:

    [018:001] Praise be to God, Who hath sent to His Servant the Book, and hath allowed therein no Crookedness:

    [039:028] (It is) a Quran in Arabic, without any crookedness (therein): in order that they may guard against Evil.

      

    So the Ultimate Book of the people of the Book is the Glorious Quran.  Not the pile of dung of praising boyfriend-girlfriend fornication in an incestuous-like description that is called "the Bible":

    www.answering-christianity.com/ac10.htm#links
    www.answering-christianity.com/jesus_problematic_hyperboles.htm

      

      

    From www.answering-christianity.com/blog/index.php?topic=1940.msg7927#msg7927:

    If Gospel was corrupted then why Allah ordered to judge by corrupted book?

     It was God's orders at time of Prophet Jesus. Now, things changed.

    Quran: The Ultimate Reference.

    Just read in context.

    Noble Verses 5:46-49 above in text:

    46. And We sent, following in their footsteps, Jesus, the son of Mary, confirming that which came before him in the Torah; and We gave him the Gospel, in which were guidance and light and confirming that which preceded  it of the Torah as guidance and instruction for the righteous.

    47. And let the People of the Gospel judge by what Allah has revealed therein. And whoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed - then it is those who are defiantly disobedient.

    48. And We have sent down to you (O Muhammad) the Book (this Qur'an) in truth, confirming the Scripture that came before it as a criterion over it. So judge between them by what Allah has revealed, and follow not their vain desires, diverging away from the Truth that has come to you. To each among you, We have prescribed a law and a clear way. If Allah willed, He would have made you one nation, but that (He) may test you in what He has given you; so strive as in a race in good deeds. The return of you (all) is to Allah; then He will inform you about that in which you used to differ.

    49. And so judge (You O Muhammad) between them by what Allah has revealed and follow not their vain desires, but beware of them lest they turn you (O Muhammad) far away from some of that which Allah has send down to you.  And if they turn away, then know that Allah's Will is to punish them for some sins of theirs. And truly, most of men are Fasiqun  (rebellious and disobedient to Allah).

      

      

      

      

    Jews section.

  • Baca is Mecca in Psalm 84:6.  According to (1) Cambridge commentary, (2) Jewish Encyclopedia and (3) Encyclopedia Biblica in Arabic and other sources.  Ample Jewish and Christian references declare this.
      

      
  • GOD in the Bible will take His Kingdom from the Jews and give it to the Muslim Nation.
  • Did GOD Almighty appear to Abraham as a human being?
  • The future "great nation" of Ishmael and its definition in the Bible.
  • Which book were the people of the Book reciting (فسأل الذين يقرؤون الكتاب) during Prophet Muhammad's days according to the Glorious Quran 10:94?
  • Judge the Jews and Christians by the Quran, because it has full authority over them and their scriptures 5:48 المهيمن.
  • The Jews' 600+ Commandments.
  • It's been geographically thoroughly proven that Teman is in Arabia (Ishmael's son's name is also Tema), and Paran is Mecca.  Christians in year 300 (3 centuries before Islam) even identified the geography of Paran to be modern-day Mecca.
  • Arabia's burden is an honorable burden (ample Bible verses declare this).  Islam is the perfect monotheistic Religion of Allah Almighty.
  • GOD's burden will be upon Arabia prophecy.  The same word, "burden," was also used for monumental assigned tasks to Prophets.  So, Arabia was chosen to carry the burden, and to bear the brunt and pain of spreading GOD Almighty's Truth to the entire world.  See Goddess Asherah, pornography, return of the Messiah from Damascus, Bible and Islam Prophecy for ample verses and proofs.  The Prophecy also says GOD will come from a far southern land [1], and from Teman and Paran [1] (both are in Saudi Arabia).  That's precisely Islam.
  • What does Islam say about the Jews?
  • Deuteronomy 18:18: GOD will send the Israelites a Prophet from their "brothers" [2].  That's the Ishmaelites!  Ample verses provided where the same word was also used for cousins.
  • Prophet Muhammad foretold in the previous scriptures.
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    Allah Almighty also said that Islam came to free the Jews from their "burdens and shackles" [1].  The Glorious Quran also makes it abundantly clear that the Jewish writings are not perfectly Divine.  They do contain corruption in them:

  • Which book were the people of the Book reciting (فسأل الذين يقرؤون الكتاب) during Prophet Muhammad's days according to the Glorious Quran 10:94?
  • Judge the Jews and Christians by the Quran, because it has full authority over them and their scriptures 5:48 المهيمن.
  • Deuteronomy 4:2 clearly declares that the Bible is corrupt!
  • The Bible's Scientific Absurdities!
  • Just who were the real authors of the Bible?
  • The best way to convert a non-Muslim to Islam?  Covers the Hijacked Bible in great details.
  • Contradictions and History of Corruption in the Bible.

    Deuteronomy 4:2 clearly declares that the Bible is corrupt!

    The bible is a book that contains countless contradictions and corruptions as ironically the bible's own theologians openly admit!  They even claim that it contains fables and fairy tales:

  • The Christian and Bible theologians call them "fictions that exist in the Bible"!
     
  • The Christian and Bible theologians say "The original manuscripts had been lost"!
     
  • The Christian and Bible theologians call them "fairy tales and fables in the Bible"!
     
  • Countless contradictions and corruption.
     
  • The original authors are "unknown" of almost all of the bible's books and gospels.
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    Prophet "AHMAD" is found in the Dead Sea Scrolls:


    (Click to play film)


    Prophet Muhammad in the previous Scriptures.  Prophet Muhammad was thoroughly foretold in the Bible, and his Quran-prophetic Name, "Ahmed", was also found in the Dead Sea Scrolls, and it was mentioned precisely in the Glorious Quran for the Prophet to be foretold by this very Name, Ahmed. [1] [2]
      
        

    1. Isaiah 29: Mentions Mecca's precise cave Hira (χιρα), Jireh, Quran & Muhammad.

     

    The best way to convert a non-Muslim to Islam?  Covers the Hijacked Bible in great details.

    Keep in mind also that shortly after Jesus, 10s of false messiahs and prophets emerged.

    Exposing Paul's Lies section.  Tons of verses and articles exposing him.

    What is the definition of Messiah in the Quran?

    GOD's stupidity is smarter than all of us???

    The Bible's Scientific Absurdities!

    Will Judas or Matthias sit at the Throne?  Is Gambling allowed in Christianity?  Why were the disciples disputing on the 12th disciple if the Holy Spirit was the One who chose him?
      
    Some important questions to consider when reading this article:

    1. Will Judas or Matthias sit at the Throne?
    2. Is Gambling allowed in Christianity?
    3. Why were the disciples disputing on the 12th disciple if the Holy Spirit was supposedly to the One who chose him?
    4. Why did they have to "cast lot" (roll the dice) to choose him when the Holy Spirit was supposedly standing there to choose him?
        
      Note:  They rolled the dice (casted lot) because they were in dispute over whom to choose as the 12th disciple.
        
    5. So why were they in dispute if the Holy Spirit was supposedly there??
    6. Wouldn't the dispute not be disputing, but rather blaspheming against the Holy Spirit?
        
      Note:  But then again, the Holy Spirit wasn't there to choose him.  They lied and said It was there, and It did choose him.  It was the roll of the dice (casting the lot) that determined the 12th disciple, not the Holy Spirit!  Otherwise, why even roll the dice??!!

      

    Paul's Delusions: In 1 Corinthians 7:40, he claimed that he "thinks" that he has the Holy Spirit in him!

    101 Contradictions in the Bible!

    My response to Quennel Gale's rebuttal to my article "Just who were the real authors of the Bible?"

    Who Authored The New Testament? with a citation from conservative evangelical scholar Tom Wright.

    Obvious mistranslations of the Hebrew Manuscripts.  See proofs of alterations and deceptions done by the Jews and Christians to disprove Islam in the Bible.

    Answering Trinity.  This section is a library that has many articles that refute Trinity, and shows in much great details the history of man's corruption in the Bible.

    Famous Theologians and Historians believe that Paul was not truthful.

    Contradictions in 2 Timothy 3:16.

    Christian Scholars refuting the status of the NT as an inspired scripture.

    Why do Muslims believe in Jesus' personal quotes only as closest to the Truth in the Bible.

    "Son of GOD" conflict between the Bible and the Noble Quran.

    How is Allah Almighty telling the Jews and Christians to follow their Books when these Books had been corrupted?

    Books mentioned in the Bible that are not part of the "Today's Bible"

    More on "Who were the real authors of the Bible?"  This is a great article that exposes the man made narration/corruption in the Bible.  We read in the Books of Moses about Moses' own burial.  Did Moses himself write it when he was already dead?   If not then who did?  And how can we prove that the person was appointed by GOD Almighty to write it as a Divine Revelation (since it now exists in the Bible)?   And what makes us be so sure that it is indeed a Divine Revelation? 

    Man's history of corrupting the Old Testament.

    Was Jesus crucified on a tree (according to Peter), cross (according to others), or never got crucified (according to Islam)?

    None of Jesus' disciples witnessed the crucifixion. They "all fled" and "deserted" Jesus. This further confirms Islam's claims.

    Isaiah 53 further confirms Islam's Divine claims about Jesus never got crucified.

    Hebrews 5:7-8 confirm Islam's claim about Jesus never got crucified and contradicts the Bible!  According to the documentary film, "Banned from the Bible", which I watched on the History Channel, some of Saint Peter's apocalypse were banned from the current Bible, and these Epistles contain what Islam claims - that Jesus didn't get crucified on the cross and it only appeared that he was.  This banned part also says that Jesus was standing next to the cross laughing.  These are the parts of the Bible that only few people in the world know about.

    Jesus is a hypocrite for bowing down to GOD only during his desperate times. See another proof in the Bible that Jesus can not be the Creator of the Universe.

     

    101 Contradictions in the Bible!

     

    James White admits that the Bible is corrupt!

      


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