Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Jerusalem
(a) Having said that a girl who has brought two hairs is obligated to keep all the Mitzvos in the Torah, why does the Mishnah need to add 'O Choletzes O Misyabemes'?2)
(a) When does Rebbi Yehudah agree with the Rabbanan, that a girl can no longer make Miy'un after she has brought two hairs - even *before* there there is a lot of black.3)
(a) What does Rebbi Yehudah mean when he says 'Ad she'Yarbeh ha'Shachor'?Rav Chelbo quotes Rav Huna as saying that, the two hairs have to have holes.
(b) What does Rav Malkiyo say about that?Some say that the author of 'Shefod', 'Shefachos' and 'Gumos' (our case) is Rav Malkiyo; of 'Beluris', 'Eifer Makleh' and 'Gevinah', Rav Malkiya.
Others ascribe Meimros of the Gemara to Rav Malkiyo, and statements regarding a Mishnah or a Beraisa, to Rav Malkiyo.
(c) What is the meaning of the Si'man 'Masnita Malkesa'?4)
(a) Why is there no Mishnah or Beraisa to teach us Rav Malkiyo's Din?
5) According to Rav Yehudah quoting Shmuel, the two hairs do not need to grow next to each other.
(a) Must they both grow on the location of the Ervah?6) Rebbi Chanina ben Chachinai told Rebbi Shimon that Ben Shelakos testified in front of all the Chachamim that a girl could make Miy'un until she has a lot of hair, and nobody (including Rebbi Akiva) protested.
(a) What did Rebbi Akiva have to say about this, when Rebbi Shimon told that to him?7)
(a) What does the Mishnah mean when it speaks about the two hairs of ...8) Rebbi Meir holds that a woman who sees a blood-stain 'Mekulkeles.1. ... the Parah Adumah?(b) What are the three opinions regarding the size of the those hairs, and what is the Halachah?
(a) What exactly does this mean?9) Rava acclaims Rebbi Chanina's opinion, because 'What is the difference whether a woman finds *less than* three Gerisin in one place (when even the Rabbanan agree that she is not a Zavah, because we say that she saw them on two different days), or three Gerisin in one place - when we can also say that the third sighting was that of a louse?
(a) What will the Rabbanan answer to that?