Parsha Re’eh Aliyah 4

Re’eh (Deuteronomy) 14:1 – 21

1You are children to HaShem, your G-d — you shall not cut yourselves and you shall not make a bald spot between your eyes for a dead person. 2For you are a holy people to HaShem, your G-d, and HaShem has chosen you for Himself to be a treasured people, from among all the peoples of the face of the earth.

3You shall not eat any abomination. 4These are the animals that you may eat: the ox, sheep, and goat, 5the hart, deer, and the yachmur, the akko, dishon, the teo, and the zamer. 6And every animal that has a split hoof, which is completely separated in two hooves, that brings up its cud among animals — it may you eat. 7But this you shall not eat from among those that bring up their cud of have a completely separated split hoof: the camel, the hare, and the hyrax, for they bring up their cud, but their hoof is not split —  they are unclean to you; 8and the pig, for it has a split hoof, but not the cud — it is unclean to you; from their flesh you shall not eat and you shall not even touch their carcasses.

9This you may eat of everything that is in the water: anything that has fins and scales you may eat.  10And anything that does not have fins or scales you shall not eat; it is unclean to you.

11Every clean bird, you may eat. 12This is what you shall not eat from among them: the nesher, the peres, the ozniah, 13the raah, the ayah, and the dayah according to its kind; 14and every oreiv according to its kind; 15the bat haya’anah, the tachmot, the shachaf, and the netz, according to its kind; 16the kos, the yanshuf, and the tinshemet; 17the kaat, the rachamah, the shalach; 18the chasidah, and the anafah according to its kind, the duchifat, and the atalef. 19And every flying swarming creature is unclean to you; they shall not be eaten. 20Every clean bird may you eat. 21You shall not eat any carcass; to the stranger who is in your cities shall you give it that he may eat, or sell it to a gentile, for you are a holy people to HaShem, your G-d; you shall not cook a kid in its mother’s milk.

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