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by Rabbi Ephraim Becker
Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Yerushalayim
Rosh Kollel: Rabbi Mordecai Kornfeld
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Previous dafYoma 5
1) BACK TO RESH LAKISH AND R. YOCHANAN (bottom of 4b)
(a) We may infer that they both hold that whatever is written in
the Parashas Miluim is Me'akev (aligning with one side in
the Machlokes below).
2) R. YOCHANAN AND R. CHANINA ON WHAT IS ME'AKEV BY MILUIM
(a) There is a Machklokes whether all details of the Miluim are
Me'akev, or only those details which are normally Me'akev.
(b) We may conclude that R. Yochanan is of the opinion that all
the details are Me'akev.
1. This is based on the question which Resh Lakish asked
on R. Yochanan (that if Perishah is learned from Miluim
then it should be Me'akev by Yom HaKipurim, as well).
(c) Question: Of what (Halachic) difference is their dispute?
2. R. Yochanan, by not responding, showed his agreement.
(d) Answer #1: Semichah.
1. Question: How do we know that Semichah is normally not
(e) Answer #2: Tenufah (same Q&A sequence follows as above).
2. Answer: From a Bereisa which speaks of Semichah as the
Kaparah of the Korban, but in the end teaches that its
absence does not prevent the Kaparah.
(f) Answer #3: Perishas Shiv'a.
1. Question: Whence that Perishah is normally not Me'akev?
(g) Answer #4: Ribui Begadim and Meshichah during the seven
2. Answer: Because the substitute Kohen is not segregated.
1. Question: Whence that these are normally not Me'akev?
(h) Question: What is the reason for saying that all details of
the Miluim are Me'akev?
2. Answer: The Bereisa learns it from "Asher Yimshach Oso
V'Asher Yimalei Es Yado."
3. Question: Then whence that Meshichas Shivah is even a
4. Answer #1: The Pasuk in Tetzaveh links Meshichah to
(i) Answer: The word "Kachah" in Parashas Tetzaveh implies Ikuv.
(j) Question: But what about the details in Parashas Tzav where
the word Kachah does not appear?
3) DONNING THE BIGDEI KEHUNAH
(k) Answer #1: A Gezeirah Shavah connects the two Parshios.
(l) Answer #2: Mishmeres in Parashas Tzav implies Ikuv.
(m) Answer #3: Ki Chen Tziveisi means that it is all l'Ikuva.
1. The Bereisa explores the meaning of the repetition of
"Tziveisi," "Tziveisi" and "Tzivah HaShem."
(n) The Michnasayim and Asiris HaEifah are not written in the
Parashah, but are included with a Derashah.
2. The first, that the Korban should be eaten b'Aninus;
the second was the (erroneous) ruling in this case; the
third was to indicate that this ruling is not in error,
but rather the command of HaShem.
(o) Question: Unlike the Michnasayim, Asiris HaEifah is not
written here at all, so where do we learn it as an
obligation during the Miluim
(p) Answer: Gezeirah Shavah from "Zeh."
(q) Question: Whence that even reading the Parashah is Me'akev?
(r) Answer: HaDavar Asher Tzivah HaShem.
(a) Question: In what order did Moshe dress Aharon and his sons?
(b) Answer: Whatever was, was!
(c) Question: But how *will* they Kohanim be dressed?
(d) Answer: In the days to come we will see how Moshe dresses
(e) Question: We wish to know the order to understand the Pasuk.
1. The Pesukim seem to contradict, were they dressed
together or separately?
2. It is a dispute whether he dressed Aharon first or both
3. (Abaye) The dispute is only regarding the Avnet.