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  • Now, son, listen to me; go at once and take refuge with my brother Laban in Haran. (Genesis 27, 43)

  • If, however, he has not planned to do it but it comes from God by his hand, he can take refuge in a place which I shall appoint for you. (Exodus 21, 13)

  • The towns you give to the Levites will be six cities of refuge, ceded by you as sanctuary for those who commit manslaughter; and you will give forty-two towns in addition. (Numbers 35, 6)

  • you will find towns, some of which you will make into cities of refuge where those who have accidentally committed manslaughter can take sanctuary. (Numbers 35, 11)

  • These towns will afford you refuge from the avenger of blood, so that the killer will not be put to death before standing trial before the community. (Numbers 35, 12)

  • Of the towns you give, six will serve you as cities of refuge: (Numbers 35, 13)

  • as cities of refuge, you will give three towns on the other side of the Jordan and will give three towns in Canaan. (Numbers 35, 14)

  • These six towns will serve as refuge for the Israelites, for the foreigner and for the resident alien, where anyone who has accidentally killed someone can take sanctuary. (Numbers 35, 15)

  • and will save the killer from the clutches of the avenger of blood. They will send him back to the city of refuge where he had taken sanctuary, and there he will stay until the death of the high priest who has been anointed with the holy oil. (Numbers 35, 25)

  • Should the killer leave the bounds of the city of refuge in which he has taken sanctuary (Numbers 35, 26)

  • and the avenger of blood encounter him outside the bounds of his city of refuge, the avenger of blood may kill him without fear of reprisal; (Numbers 35, 27)

  • since the killer should stay in his city of refuge until the death of the high priest; only after the death of the high priest is he free to go back to his own piece of property. (Numbers 35, 28)

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