Eating from the plantation of others
Taking anything from the wealth, money or property of another person without his/her permission or consent is forbidden. A man whose meat grows from what is forbidden, the fire is more appropriate for him. A forbidden bite prevents supplications from being answered, and the warning against that is contained in many texts. The poor person who does not have enough to satisfy his hunger has the right to ask the rich. And whoever has the ability to give him what will prevent his eyes, it is incumbent on them to give him if they confirm his destitution. If the heart is hardened and the doors in front of him are closed, he may take from the money/property of the rich, for instance, fruit from his farm or a bite from his house, an appropriate life-sustaining amount. Whatever exceeds that is not allowed. This is drawn upon the maxims that necessity renders prohibited matters permissible, and necessities have limits that should not be exceeded.