Rambam, Laws of Idolatry, 10:5
רמב'ם הלכות עבודת כוכבים פרק י הלכה ה
מפרנסים עניי עובדי כוכבים עם עניי ישראל מפני דרכי שלום, ואין ממחין בידי עניי עובדי כוכבים בלקט שכחה ופאה מפני דרכי שלום
We care for non-Jewish poor along with Jewish poor "mipnei darkei shalom" (because of the ways of peace); we do not keep them from the part of the harvest that belongs to the poor "mipnei darkei shalom."

Suggested Discussion Questions:

1. Why do you think Rambam clarified that we should care for the non-Jewish poor, as well?

2. Do the rules of tzedaka change when caring for the non-Jew?

3. How much do and should we follow Rambam's recommendation in the modern age? Should we care for "our own" people first?

Time Period: Medieval (Geonim through the 16th Century)