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Are there any rabbinical violations that carry the punishment of kareit (or other death penalty)?

I'm wondering because of thisthis answer--which suggests that the prohibition on relations with a non-Jew may be rabbinical--and the discussion herehere (especially herehere), which suggests that punishment for this by death is in some cases appropriate.

I am wondering if there are any laws that are truly rabbinical and truly punishable by death? Is such allowed?

Are there any rabbinical violations that carry the punishment of kareit (or other death penalty)?

I'm wondering because of this answer--which suggests that the prohibition on relations with a non-Jew may be rabbinical--and the discussion here (especially here), which suggests that punishment for this by death is in some cases appropriate.

I am wondering if there are any laws that are truly rabbinical and truly punishable by death? Is such allowed?

Are there any rabbinical violations that carry the punishment of kareit (or other death penalty)?

I'm wondering because of this answer--which suggests that the prohibition on relations with a non-Jew may be rabbinical--and the discussion here (especially here), which suggests that punishment for this by death is in some cases appropriate.

I am wondering if there are any laws that are truly rabbinical and truly punishable by death? Is such allowed?

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Rabbinical violations that are punishable by death?

Are there any rabbinical violations that carry the punishment of kareit (or other death penalty)?

I'm wondering because of this answer--which suggests that the prohibition on relations with a non-Jew may be rabbinical--and the discussion here (especially here), which suggests that punishment for this by death is in some cases appropriate.

I am wondering if there are any laws that are truly rabbinical and truly punishable by death? Is such allowed?