Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Jerusalem
(a) From where do we know that a girl can be Temei'ah Nidah as soon as she is born, and a Zavah after ten days?Rebbi Yehudah learns that a boy can become a Zov as soon as he is born from "Ish Ish".
(b) How does Rebbi Yishmael Be'no shel Rebbi Yochanan ben Berokah learn it from "ve'ha'Zav es Zovo, la'Zachar ve'la'Nekeivah".2) What do we learn from ...
(a) ... "*Adam* Ki Yihye be'Or Besaro" - written in connection with Nega'im?3)
(a) Assuming that he is the only brother, when does a one day old baby obligate his deceased brother's wife to wait for him for Yibum, and when does he not?4)
(a) What do we learn from "vi'Yelid Beiso, Heimah Yochlu be'Lachmo", and how do we interpret "Yochlu"?5) 'Tinok ben Yom Echad Nochel u'Manchil'.
(a) Why can 'Nochel u' Manchil' not be understood in its plain context?
(a) How does *Rava* explain 'Nochel u'Manchil' (to do with the portion of the Bechorah)?7)
(a) What do we learn from "ve'Ish ki Yakeh Kol Nefesh Adam", regarding murder?8) From the age of three, the Bi'ah of a girl is effective in all matters: Regarding 1. Kidushin; 2. Yibum; 3. Eishes Ish.
(a) What are the ramifications of these three Halachos?It is also considered Bi'ah, as regards Tum'as Mishkav Tachton ke'Elyon.
(b) What does this mean, and what would be the Din if the girl was under three?9) What happens to a three-year old girl and to the relative who commits incest with her?
10) According to Rebbi Meir, a girl who is three can become betrothed. According to the Rabbanan, she must be three and a day.
(a) Considering that the Rabbanan's statement is not literal, what do they hold?Rebbi Yanai explains Rebbi Meir to mean that she becomes a Bas Bi'ah on the day before her third birthday.
(b) How does Rebbi Yochanan explain Rebbi Meir?The Gemara asks on Rebbi Yochanan from the Beraisa which quotes Rebbi Meir as saying that a girl can be betrothed even if only one day of the third year has passed.
(c) Why is this Kashya confined to Rebbi Yanai, and not to Rebbi Yochanan?