Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Jerusalem
1) If three women are sleeping in one bed, and blood is found underneath one of them, the Mishnah draws a distinction between whether the blood is found under the middle one, or under one of the other two.
(a) What distinction does the Mishnah make?2)
(a) Regarding the case when the blood was found underneath the outer one, what difference does it make as to how they got onto the bed?3)
(a) What will be the Din if all three women examined themselves and found that they were Tehoros, and how does Rebbi Meir compare this case to three piles of stones, under which a Kezayis of corpse was lost?Rebbi Meir brings a proof from the case where, after they had examined a certain tree which had a Chezkas Tum'ah and found nothing, the wind blew some of the earth away, and they discovered human bones stuck to it (and Rebbi Yossi brings a similar proof for of Rebbi Meir, from a cave of trenches).
(c) How do the Rabbanan reject the proof from there?The Rabbanan found a certain plot of land too large to inspect for Tum'ah.
(d) What test did Rebbi Yehoshua make, to discover whether there was Tum'ah there or nor, and what did they discover there?4)
(a) Whose bones did they discover in the previous case?5)
(a) What was the relationship between Sichon and Og?6)
(a) According to the Tana Kama of the Beraisa, what does one do with a garment on which there an absorbed blood-stain got lost?
(a) Why is one not permitted to sell a garment in which a thread of Kil'ayim got lost, to a non-Jew?8)
(a) What does Rebbi Yochanan learn from the Pasuk in Tehilim "ba'Meisim Chofshi"?9) What is 'Shu'a', what is 'Tavuy' and what is 'Nuz'?
10) The Tana Kama holds that a colored garment is also Metamei because of a bloodstain.
(a) What does Rebbi Nasan bar Yosef say in this regard?