And seeing as his son was not sold, what does the Pasuk mean when it writes "Hu u'Banav Ino"?


Rashi: From the Pasuk we can extrapolate that throughout the term of the Eved Ivri, the master is obligated to feed his children, and when his contract ends, this obligation falls away.


What is the Pasuk mean when it writes "ve'El Achuzas Avosav Yashuv"?


Rashi: This means that the Eved Ivri regains his original status, and one is not permitted to taunt him (because he was an Eved).

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