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|ZEVACHIM 93 (3 AV) - dedicated l'Iluy Nishmas Reb Aharon Dovid ben Elimelech Shmuel Kornfeld (Muncasz/Israel/New York), who passed away on 3 Av 5761, by his daughter Diane Koenigsberg and her husband Dr. Andy Koenigsberg. May his love for Torah and for Eretz Yisrael continue in all of his descendants.|
1. Rav Chisda says that if the blood of a Chatas splatters onto a garment which is Tamei, according to the Rabanan it must be washed in the Azarah. Rebbi Eliezer disagrees.
2. If the water of the Parah Adumah became Tamei and was sprinkled on a person, it purifies the person from Tum'ah, according to Rebbi Eliezer. The Rabanan disagree.
3. If the water of the Parah Adumah is passed over an oven which is Tamei, the water becomes Tamei, according to Rebbi Akiva. The Chachamim disagree.
4. Rebbi Akiva agrees that if the Haza'ah of the water of the Parah Adumah passes over an earthenware utensil which is Tamei, or over a Mishkav or Moshav which is Tamei, the Haza'ah is Tahor.
5. According to Rebbi Akiva, the blood of a Chatas -- which was fit to be placed on the Mizbe'ach for some time before it became Tamei -- must be washed out if it splatters onto a garment. Rebbi Shimon disagrees.
6. According to Rebbi Shimon, if the meat of Kodshim Kalim is cooked in a metal utensil, it is not necessary to rinse the inside and outside of the utensil in the Azarah. Rebbi Akiva disagrees.
7. If the blood of a Chatas splatters from its neck onto a garment, it is not necessary to wash the garment in the Azarah.
8. If the blood of a Chatas splatters from the Keren or from the Yesod of the Mizbe'ach onto a garment, it is not necessary to wash the garment in the Azarah.
9. If there is less than the Shi'ur of Haza'ah for the water of the Parah Adumah in one utensil and less than the Shi'ur of Haza'ah in another utensil, and the ashes are placed in the two utensils, it is not a valid Kidush.
10. If less than the Shi'ur of Haza'ah of the blood of a Chatas ha'Penimis is received in one utensil and less than the Shi'ur of Haza'ah is received in another utensil, the blood may not be used for Haza'ah.
11. The Kohen must dip his finger into the utensil containing the blood of a Chatas ha'Penimis for each one of the seven Haza'os.
12. After each Haza'ah of the blood of a Chatas ha'Penimis, the Kohen wipes off the remaining blood on the edge of the Kli Shares. After all of the Haza'os, he wipes his finger on the body of the Parah.
13. If the blood of a Chatas splatters on the hide of an animal before it is flayed, it is not necessary to wash it in the Azarah.
14. If the blood of a Chatas splatters onto the hide of an animal after it is flayed, there is a disagreement about whether it must be washed off.
A BIT MORE
1. According to the Rabanan, although the blood became Tamei upon contact with the garment, since it was Tahor until then the garment must be washed. According to Rebbi Eliezer, since the blood became Tamei upon contact with the garment, it is regarded as though it had been Tamei previously and there is no need to wash the garment.
2. Rebbi Eliezer says that if the water of the Parah Adumah is sprinkled on a Nidah, she becomes Tahor even though the water became Tamei upon contact with her. Therefore, even if the water was already Tamei, it is able to make a person Tahor. Abaye explains that Rebbi Eliezer does not differentiate between the water becoming Tamei upon contact and water that was already Tamei. The Rabanan disagree, because they differentiate between the water becoming Tamei upon contact, which is a valid Haza'ah, and water that was already Tamei, which is not valid for Haza'ah. Rava explains that according to Rebbi Eliezer, the Haza'ah requires a Shi'ur, and it must be sprinkled twice. Therefore, the first time the water was sprinkled on the Nidah, it became Tamei before the Haza'ah was completed. The Rabanan maintain that Haza'ah does not require a Shi'ur and only one Haza'ah is necessary. Therefore, the water became Tamei only upon the completion of the Haza'ah.
3. Although the water did not come into contact with the oven, according to Rebbi Akiva the Rabanan decreed that the water is Tamei because of the concern that it might be placed on the oven.
4. Since the Haza'ah already left the hand of the Kohen before it passed over the Tamei utensil, there is no concern that it will be placed on the utensil, and therefore the decree of the Rabanan does not apply,
5. According to Rebbi Shimon, even if the blood was received in a utensil and became Tamei only afterwards (for example, it became Pasul with Tum'ah, Yotzei, or Linah), if it splatters onto a garment it is Tahor.
6. Rebbi Akiva agrees that if Terumah is cooked in a utensil, it is not necessary to rinse the utensil inside and outside in the Azarah.
7. If the blood spilled onto the floor of the Azarah and was gathered up, it is not necessary to wash it out of a garment, because only blood which was received in a Kli Shares and is fit for Haza'ah must be washed out of a garment.
8. Once the blood has been placed on the Keren of the Mizbe'ach and the Kohen is ready to spill the remaining blood onto the Yesod, even if it has not yet been spilled onto the Yesod it is not necessary to wash it out of the garment.
9. Even if the contents of the two utensils are combined into one utensil, it may not be used for Haza'ah, because the Shi'ur of Haza'ah must be in one utensil before the Kidush.
10. Even if the blood is subsequently combined into one utensil, it may not be used, because there must be a Shi'ur for Haza'ah in one utensil at the time the blood is received.
11. The remaining blood on the finger of the Kohen after each Haza'ah is Pasul for Haza'ah. If it splatters on a garment it is not necessary to wash the garment.
12. The blood of the Parah must be burned along with the Parah. However, after each Haza'ah the Kohen may not wipe his finger on the body of the Parah because hairs will get stuck on his fingers.
13. Since the hide is not susceptible to Tum'ah until the animal is flayed, it is not necessary to wash it in the Azarah.
14. According to Rebbi Yehudah, since the hide lacks no Melachah in order to become susceptible to Tum'ah, it must be washed in the Azarah. According to Rebbi Elazar, since it is not susceptible to Tum'ah until it is prepared for use, it is not necessary to wash it off; only something which is susceptible to Tum'ah and lacks nothing, not even a Machshavah (intent for usage), must be washed off in the Azarah.
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