I'm aware of this answer Quoting from a book with "All rights reserved". Fair use? but my case is slightly different, so I will ask another question.
There is a website which contains entire contents of books, published online for free (which I'm guessing they got permission from the author to publish it compeltely online), as part of their webpage. Here's a link to one example page: https://www.chabad.org/dailystudy/tanya.asp?tdate=2/2/2020
the key point is a passage at the bottom of the webpage which states:
Translated from Yiddish by Rabbi Levy Wineberg and Rabbi Sholom B. Wineberg. Edited by Uri Kaploun. Published and copyright by Kehot Publication Society, all rights reserved. The text on this page contains sacred literature. Please do not deface or discard.
There are many more pages like this, both involving this specific book and other books with similar situations / statements.
I wanted to download all of these web pages and republish them as a separate website with slightly different styles etc., but not for commercial purposes.
Would this be allowed under copyright law, since it's already published as a webpage on the web, which anyone can download, or since only this particular website got permission, it wouldn't be allowed?