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The question is

Can you love the stranger as you love yourself(Lev 19:34) while charging him interest or selling him meat that died of itself?

It can be done without deceit.

"Sir, if you eat this meat, you should wash your clothes, bathe, and be unclean until evening."

Lev 17:15-16
15“And any being who eats a carcass or
what was torn by a beast, be he a native
or a stranger, he shall wash his garments
and bathe in water and shall be unclean
until evening. Then he shall be clean.
16“And if he does not wash or bathe
his body, then he shall bear his

The Israelite is commanded not to eat it at all. He is set apart. I can find no such prohibition for the stranger.

The superiority complex you mention is prohibited in Deut 9:4-8. Our boast should be in the stake of the anointed, Yhusha.

Racism/Segregation however seem to be a separate issue.

For example,

Deut 23:3 An Ammonite or Moaḇite does not
enter the assembly of YHUH, even a
tenth generation of them does not ever
enter the assembly of YHUH,...

It may take me years to wrap my head around this topic. Maybe your understanding will exceed mine in this area. Ephesians 2:11-22 is good to keep in mind.


Hear, O Israel: YHUH our God YHUH one. And thou shalt love YHUH thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might.