||If a slave seeks refuge with you from his master, you must not turn him back over to his master.
Lo-tasgir eved el-adonav asher-yinatsel eleycha me'im adonav.
||He must be allowed to live alongside you wherever he chooses in your settlements. You must do nothing to hurt his feelings.
Imecha yeshev bekirbecha bamakom asher-yivchar be'achad she'areycha batov lo lo tonenu.
|from his master|
Specifically, if the slave of a Jew escapes to the Holy Land (Gittin 45a; Yad, Avadim 8:10). Some also include a circumcised slave who escapes from his gentile master (Sifri; Targum; cf. Bachya). Others also include a slave who escapes to the army camp (Ibn Ezra; Chizzkuni; Abarbanel).