A slave owned by a Jew who is sold to a non-Jew, never mind the penalty in place from the mishnah (on yesterday’s daf). The Gemara provides different reasons for why a slave might end up with a new non-Jewish owner – including a Jewish owner trying to pay off debt, or the Sicarii taking the slave as property… Plus, the question of tithing in the context of another taking the property – what happens to the slave who comes alongside? Also, when a slave is sold with the specifics in a document… and the details may not align with the immediate reality, specifically when that means a purchaser who lives outside of the land of Israel.
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