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Daf Yomi brought to you by the Beit Mordechai Campus Kollel
This podcast is brought to you in loving memory of Joshua Yitzchak Swartz יהושע יצחק בן שאול ראובן הלוי May his Neshama have an Aliyah from these words of Torah

    Yevamot 71

    Yevamot 71

    Yevamot 71 : Marc Chipkin: 2022-05-17 Having circumcised children and slaves at the time of slaughtering and eating the korban Pesach. Uncircumcised people can be sprinkled upon to remove the impurity of a corpse. Which part of circumcision was given to Avraham.

    • 48 min
    Yevamot 70

    Yevamot 70

    Yevamot 70 : Marc Chipkin : 2022-05-16 The source that a Kohen who is uncircumcised is prohibited to eat terumah. A gezeirah shava had to be "free". An onein can eat terumah.

    • 50 min
    Yevamot 69

    Yevamot 69

    Yevamot 69 : Marc Chipkin : 2022-05-15 More men who disqualify a woman from marrying into the Kehunah or eating terumah. Why a violated daughter of a Kohen may eat terumah and there is no concern of pregnancy. If an engaged couple has relations - is the child a mamzer?

    • 51 min
    Yevamot 68

    Yevamot 68

    Yevamot 68 : Marc Chipkin : 2022-05-14 The nine year old that disqualifes from terumah. The source that a person of blemished lineage disqualifies a woman from terumah and the kehunah. A Leviah and Yisraelit become forbidden to the Kehunah if they had relations with a forbidden person.

    • 31 min
    Yevamot 67

    Yevamot 67

    Yevamot 67 : Marc Chipkin: 2022-05-13 The status of a fetus and it's effect on the slaves eating terumah. The inheritance of a Kohen - would this help the slaves? Other marriages which disqualify people from eating terumah and also doesn't entitle then to eat it

    • 52 min
    Yevamot 66

    Yevamot 66

    Yevamot 66 : Marc Chipkin : 2022-05-12 The difference between tzon barzel and melog slaves regarding eating terumah. Three reasons why melog slaves brought into a prohibited marriage may not eat terumah. Can the husband offer the wife money or must he give back the appraised item?

    • 49 min

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