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Law of the land (Jewish)

The law of the land in Jewish tradition means that you have to follow the rules and regulations set by the government or the country you live in. For example, if the government says that you can only drive a car after you are 16 years old, then you have to wait till you are 16 years to start driving a car. It is important to follow the law of the land because it keeps everyone safe and happy. In Jewish tradition, it is also a way to show respect for the government and the leaders who make those rules. However, if there is a conflict between the law of the land and the religious laws, then the religious laws take priority. This means that if the government says you are not allowed to practice your religion, then you still have the right to practice your religion because it is more important than following the law of the land.