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1. If a Nochri measures the wine of a Yisrael and comes into contact with the wine, according to the Tana Kama the wine may be sold.
2. According to Rebbi Nasan, if the Nochri touched the wine with his hands, it is forbidden to derive benefit from it.
3. According to Rebbi Shimon, even if the Nochri came into contact with the wine with his hands, one is permitted to drink the wine.
4. Rav says that if a one-day-old Nochri child touches wine, it becomes Yayin Nesech.
5. There is a disagree about whether the saliva and Midras of a servant bought from a Nochri, or of a child of a maidservant who had a Bris Milah but did not yet immerse in a Mikvah, are Tamei.
6. There is a disagreement about whether wine touched by servants who had a Bris Milah who were bought from a Nochri remains forbidden until the names of Avodah Zarah no longer pass their lips.
7. There is a disagreement about whether wine touched by servants who had a Bris Milah but did not immerse in a Mikvah, who were bought from a Nochri, is permitted.
A BIT MORE
1. Since the Nochri did not intend to be Menasech the wine, one is permitted to derive benefit from the wine.
2. However, if the Nochri touched the wine with his foot, one is permitted to derive benefit from the wine.
3. According to Rebbi Shimon, if a Nochri came into contact with wine unintentionally, for example, he fell into a storage pit of wine, the wine is permitted even for drinking.
4. However, it is only forbidden to drink the wine. It is permitted to derive benefit from it.
5. A Nochri has the status of a Zav mid'Rabanan. Their saliva is Tamei and they are Tamei Midras. If they sit on a chair or lie down on a bed, it becomes an Av ha'Tum'ah. A Nochri does not become a Ger with Milah alone. He must also immerse in a Mikvah. Therefore, a servant who did not immerse is regarded as a Nochri according to one opinion and he is Tamei like a Zav.
6. According to Shmuel, the wine is Yayin Nesech for twelve months. After twelve months, they no longer mention the Avodah Zarah. Therefore, if they touch wine it is permitted. According to Rav, the wine they touch is permitted even within twelve months.
7. According to Rav, the wine is forbidden. According to Shmuel, the wine is permitted. Everyone agrees that if the sons of a maidservant who are minors touch wine, it is permitted.
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