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Their offer pleased Hamor and his son Shechem. 1
They drive away the orphan’s donkey; they take the widow’s ox as a pledge.
Then Shechem’s father Hamor went to speak with Jacob about Dinah. 1
He will be left unburied just like a dead donkey. His body will be dragged off and thrown outside the gates of Jerusalem.’” 1
Shechem said to his father Hamor, “Acquire this young girl as my wife.” 1
So Hamor and his son Shechem went to the gate 1 of their city and spoke to the men of their city,
He happened to see 1 a solid 2 jawbone of a donkey. He grabbed it 3 and struck down 4 a thousand men.
Samson then said, “With the jawbone of a donkey I have left them in heaps; 1 with the jawbone of a donkey I have struck down a thousand men!”
When he sees chariots, teams of horses, 1 riders on donkeys, riders on camels, he must be alert, very alert.”
Then he purchased the portion of the field where he had pitched his tent; he bought it 1 from the sons of Hamor, Shechem’s father, for a hundred pieces of money. 2
When Shechem son of Hamor the Hivite, who ruled that area, saw her, he grabbed her, forced himself on her, 1 and sexually assaulted her. 2
But Hamor made this appeal to them: “My son Shechem is in love with your daughter. 1 Please give her to him as his wife.
Jacob’s sons answered Shechem and his father Hamor deceitfully when they spoke because Shechem 1 had violated their sister Dinah.
All the men who assembled at the city gate 1 agreed with 2 Hamor and his son Shechem. Every male who assembled at the city gate 3 was circumcised.
They killed Hamor and his son Shechem with the sword, took Dinah from Shechem’s house, and left.
“If a man opens a pit or if a man digs a pit and does not cover it, and an ox or a donkey falls into it,
If the stolen item should in fact be found 1 alive in his possession, 2 whether it be an ox or a donkey or a sheep, he must pay back double. 3
If you see the donkey of someone who hates you fallen under its load, you must not ignore him, 1 but be sure to help 2 him with it. 3
Now the firstling 1 of a donkey you may redeem with a lamb, but if you do not redeem it, then break its neck. 2 You must redeem all the firstborn of your sons. “No one will appear before me empty-handed. 3
When you see 1 your neighbor’s donkey or ox fallen along the road, do not ignore it; 2 instead, you must be sure 3 to help him get the animal on its feet again. 4