Exodus 23:13 "Neither let it be heard out of your mouth"

On a hot summer day a group of boys huddled around the fire hydrant down the block.

One boy urged his friends to unscrew the tap.

He described the fun they would have enjoying the refreshing rush of cool water.

He did not dare unscrew the tap himself, but rather, tried to convince others to do it.

The Torah forbids us to suggest to other people that they worship idols even if we do not intend to worship idols ourselves.

A person who disobeys this prohibition is called a "Madiach".