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I’m Jewish, don’t know a whole lot about Judaism, but I get keep getting this Talmud quote spammed at me. Does it mean what people think it means?

I’m a Jew, but I don’t really know much about Judaism. In recent days, I’ve had this Talmud quote spammed at me when discussing Israel:

With regard to the death penalty, if a gentile murders another gentile, or a gentile murders a Jew, he is liable. If a Jew murders a gentile, he is exempt.

It appears to be real. People seem to be using to say Israelis believe they have divine permission to kill Palestinians, or proof that they believe Jewish life is more valuable than non-Jewish life.

Ignoring the blatant antisemitism for a second, does this actually mean what people say it means?

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