I have occasionally run into an issue where I am writing either a question or (more rarely) an answer and I haven't had any decent sources on hand, because I had viewed the elements of the question as being reliant on common knowledge or tacit culture within the Jewish community.*
Should such concepts necessitate sourcing in general? I think not, based on the academic doctrine of common knowledge, which is to say that if you know something without needing to look it up, it is considered unnecessary to use a citation in most formats.
*"Tacit culture" is an anthropological term for cultural knowledge which is understood to be true without any deeper investigation. An example might be something like "How do we recognise faces?"