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The Collusive Witnesses

Talmudic Principles on Retroactive Disqualification, Lesson 1

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The Collusive Witnesses: Talmudic Principles on Retroactive Disqualification, Lesson 1

Familiarize yourself with the Talmudic principles of Hakchashah and Hazamah—two different classifications of disqualified witnesses.
Retroactive Disqualification Class 1  
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Eugina Giovanna Herrera New York City, New York January 23, 2014

Witnesses Witnesses must always have concrete evidence, to analyze every four corners in every law of torah in any relationships. In other words, to be qualified one must always have witnesses as to not, being disqualified.

Thank you for a very fascinating lesson Reply

john smith fl January 23, 2014

a good thing...... a good thing Torah/Talmud was not written by Sicilian Mafia...... no witnesses...... Reply

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