||Ten men of different
nations will take hold of the corner of a Jew saying:|
"Let us go with you, for we have heard you know G-d!"
-- Zechariah 8:2
The Seven Universal Laws
Not Commit Blasphemy
Do Not Commit Idolatry
Do Not Commit Theft
Do Not Commit Murder
Do Not Commit Immorality
Do Not Eat the Limb of a Living Animal
Establish Courts of Justice
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The concept of B'Nai Noah (Children of Noah) is as old as the Biblical Flood.
After the wickedness of the Flood generation, the survival of Noah and his family represented a new beginning for the earth and mankind. The Creator gave Noah these Seven Laws (in Hebrew, the Sheva Mitzvot) to allow all the people of earth a chance to establish the most basic universal moral and ethical laws required by any society to be truly human. They are about Man's relationship to G-d, Man's treatment of Man,and how to hold Mankind accountable for breaking any of the Laws.