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Let’s explore the Jewish court system, from the ancient Sanhedrin to modern-day rabbinical courts.
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In Hebrew, the word tzedek, which means “justice,” also means “righteousness.” Perhaps the dual use of the word “justice” means that we cannot pursue “justice” without also being “righteous.”
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