prepared by Rabbi Eliezer Chrysler of Kollel Iyun Hadaf
Rosh Kollel: Rabbi Mordecai Kornfeld
(a) The Mishnah validates Yibum whether it is performed be'Shogeg or be'Meizid. What is the definition of ...
1. ... 'be'Shogeg'?
2. ... 'be'Meizid'?
(b) What if he performed it 'be'Oneis'?
(c) What is the definition of ...
1. ... 'be'Oneis' (See Tiferes Yisrael)?
2. ... 'be'Ratzon (See Tos. Yom-Tov)?
(a) What will be the Din if ...
1. ... the Yevamah performed Yibum be'Shogeg, be'Meizid or be'Oneis?
2. ... both of them performed it be'Shogeg, be'Meizid or be'Oneis?
3. ... the Yavam performed it thinking that she was somebody else and the Yevamah for enjoyment sake, or if one of them performed it be'Oneis and the other one did not?
(b) From which Pasuk in Ki Seitzei do we learn all of the above?
(a) We differentiate between Yibum that the Yavam performs through Ha'ara'ah andone that he performs through Neshikah. What is the definition of ...
1. ... 'Ha'ara'ah'?
2. ... 'Neshikah'?
(b) Which one acquires the Yevamah?
(c) What are the two ramifications of 'acquires the Yevamah'?
(d) Finally, what does the Tana mean when he says 've'Lo Chalak bein Bi'ah le'Bi'ah'?
(e) From which Pasuk in Kedoshim does he learn it?
(a) In connection with what we learned in the previous Mishnah, what does the Tana say about someone who relations with any of the Arayos or of the Pesulos in the Torah?
(b) Which two cases ...
1. ... does he present regarding Pesulei Kehunah (besides Almanah le'Kohen Gadol)?
2. ... does he present regarding Pesulei Kahal (besides 'a Mamzeres and a Nesinah to a Yisrael')?
(c) What happens to the wife of a Yisrael who is raped?
(d) What nevertheless becomes forbidden to her?
(a) How does the marriage of ...
1. ... an Almanah to a Kohen Gadol affect her future?
2. ... a Gerushah or a Chalutzah who marries a Kohen Hedyot if she is the daughter of a Kohen?
(b) In what connection does the Mishnah include 'Mamzeres u'Nesinah le'Yisrael', bearing in mind that they are already forbidden marry Kohanim?
(a) From which stage does the Mishnah forbid an Almanah le'Kohen Gadol and a Gerushah va'Chalutzah (who are Kohanos) le'Kohen Hedyot to eat Terumah?
(b) What do Rebbi Eliezer (Elazar?) and Rebbi Shimon say?
(c) What do they learn from the words "ve'Lo Yechalel" (in the Pasuk in Emor [written in this connection] "ve'Lo Yechalel Zar'o be'Amav")?
(d) Should they get divorced or become widows, when are they once again permitted to eat T'rumah and when are they not?
(a) Does the prohibition for a Kohen Gadol to marry a widow apply to an Almanah min ha'Erusin or is it confined to an Almanah min ha'Nisu'in?
(b) Why is that?
(a) The Tana Kama also prohibits him from marrying a Bogeres. What is a 'Bogeres'?
(b) From which Pasuk in Emor does he learn this?
(c) What do Rebbi Eliezer (Elazar?) and Rebbi Shimon say?
(d) Like whom is the Halachah?
(a) What is a 'Mukas Eitz'?
(b) What does the Tana say about a Kohen ...
1. ... Gadol marrying a Mukas Eitz?
2. ... who is betrothed to a widow and who is then appointed Kohen Gadol, marrying her?
(c) Who was Yehoshua ben Gamla?
(d) What episode does the Mishnah relate with him and Marsa bas Baytus?
(e) Why does the Tana cite it?
(a) What does the Mishnah say about a Kohen Hedyot before whom there falls a Yevamah and who is appointed Kohen Gadol?
(b) What if he already made Ma'amar with her before his appointment?
(c) What must a Kohen Gadol whose brother dies childless leaving behind a widow do?
(a) What is an 'Aylonis'?
(b) On what condition is a Kohen permitted to marry an Aylonis?
(c) What about a Yisrael?
(d) Then why does the Mishnah mention specifically a Kohen?
(a) On what grounds does Rebbi Yehudah forbid a Kohen to marry an Aylonis even if he already has a wife and children?
(b) The Chachamim dispute this. Two of the three examples of 'Zonah' that they present are a Giyores and a Shifchah Meshuchreres. Why are they considered Zonos (See Tos. Yom-Tov)?
(c) The third example they give is a woman who committed an adulterous act. What does that incorporate, besides Chayvei Kareis and Misas Beis-Din?
(d) What about an unmarried woman who had illicit relations with a man who is not forbidden to her?
(e) Like who is the Halachah?
(a) On what condition is a man permitted to cease indulging in Piryah ve'Rivyah?
(b) How do Beis Shamai interpret 'children'?
(c) From whom do they learn it?
(d) Based on which Pasuk in Bereishis do Beis Hillel interpret 'children' as a boy and a girl?
(e) How do they refute Beis Shamai's proof?
(a) How long is a man permitted to wait with his first wife before marrying another woman, in order to fulfill the Mitzvah of Piryah ve'Rivyah?
(b) From whom do we learn this?
(c) Why are the years that Avraham lived with Sarah in Charan not counted?
(d) What if either the man or the woman is sick or imprisoned (or any other similar Oneis) for any period of time during those ten years?
(a) What does the Mishnah say about a woman whose husband divorced her after ten years of childlessness, remarrying?
(b) Why is that?
(c) What if her first husband refuses to pay her Kesubah because she failed to produce children?
(d) What if we know her claim to be false?
(a) How long is her second husband permitted to wait if there are again no children?
(b) What if the woman miscarries during the ten year period?
(c) What does the Tana Kama learn from the missing 'Vav' in the word "ve'Chivshuhah" (in the Pasuk in Bereishis "P'ru u'Revu ... ve'Chivshuhah")?
(d) How do they therefore explain the Pasuk?
(a) What does Rebbi Yochanan ben Berokah learn from the Pasuk there "Vayevarech osam Elokim Vayomer lahem Elokim 'P'ru u'Revu!"
(b) Like whom is the Halachah?