A man was walking from Jerusalem to Jericho. On the way, he was beaten and then left for dead.
A priest happened to be going the same road. When the priest saw the man, he avoided him, and passed on the opposite side.
Then, a Levite man walked down the road. Like the Priest, he saw the beaten man and avoided him by going down the other side of the road.
Once the Levite left, a Samaritan traveleer wound up on the same road. Unlike the other two, didn't walk on the other side of the road. Instead, he helped the wounded man, healed him, and brought him to an inn.
Which of these, in your opinion, was the robber's victim?