SEV Biblia, Chapter 23:1 Â¶ No admitirás falso rumor. No te concertarás con el impío para ser testigo falso.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 23:1 Verse 1. Thou shalt not raise a false report] Acting contrary to this precept is a sin against the ninth commandment. And the inventor and receiver of false and slanderous reports, are almost equally criminal. The word seems to refer to either, and our translators have very properly retained both senses, putting raise in the text, and receive in the margin.
The original al at lo tissa has been translated, thou shalt not publish.
Were there no publishers of slander and calumny, there would be no receivers; and were there none to receive them, there would be none to raise them; and were there no raisers, receivers, nor propagators of calumny, lies, &c., society would be in peace.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-9 - In the law of Moses are very plain marks of sound moral feeling, and of true political wisdom. Every thing in it is suited to the desired an avowed object, the worship of one only God, and the separation of Israel from the pagan world. Neither parties, friends, witnesses, no common opinions, must move us to lessen great faults, to aggravat small ones, excuse offenders, accuse the innocent, or misrepresent an thing.
Original Hebrew לא 3808 תשׂא 5375 שׁמע 8088 שׁוא 7723 אל 408 תשׁת 7896 ידך 3027 עם 5973 רשׁע 7563 להית 1961 עד 5707 חמס׃ 2555