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By Michelle Cohen Farber / October 10, 2019 | 讬状讗 讘转砖专讬 转砖状驻

Kinnim is a term used to refer to pairs of birds that were brought as sacrifices in the temple. Sometime they were brought as obligitory offering and something as voluntary. The obligatory offering are for a woman after childbirth and a leper who couldn’t afford an animal, would bring a pair of birds, a zav…

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By Michelle Cohen Farber / October 10, 2019 | 讬状讗 讘转砖专讬 转砖状驻

Laws regarding undesignated nests where one bird flew into a different nest. What if one flew back to the original? What if there are nests of many women and birds fly from one to the other? The mishna mentions a few other laws of mixtures. One can bring turtle doves or pigeons but not a…

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By Michelle Cohen Farber / October 11, 2019 | 讬状讘 讘转砖专讬 转砖状驻

This chapter refers back to cases of mixed up birds discussed previously but instead of the priest doing as the mishna suggested, the priest sacrificed them anyway in a particular way- either all above, all below or half half – what is the law in each case? What if a woman committed to also bringing…

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By Michelle Cohen Farber / October 13, 2019 | 讬状讚 讘转砖专讬 转砖状驻

The mishna compares the woman who now has to bring up to 8 extra birds because of a mess up to a sheep who during his lifetime made one type of sound but in death one is able to take parts of his body and make various different instruments. The mishna finishes with a statement…

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