An Eye for an Eyeby Joseph Telushkin
When the father of a murder victim kills the perpetrator of that crime, his rabbi sees the killing as illegal but not necessarily immoral. The rabbi quickly finds himself surrounded by opponenets. When a second, even more shocking murder occurs a few days later, it seems as if the rabbi may have unknowingly unleashed dangerous anarchic tendencies hidden inside all of us.
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