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Forbidden Relationships mostly enumerated in Leviticus 18

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Maimonides writes in Laws of Divorce 11:14 that Deuteronomy 24 does indeed apply in the case of a married woman willingly committing adultery, such that she is then forbidden from returning to her hus …
answered Aug 8 '18 by Joel K
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Even if one understands mishnah 7 according to possibility b), mishnah 9 is still redundant. Ignoring the status of Esther, we learn the following from mishnah 7: Reuven dies, Rachel is forbidden to …
answered May 27 by Joel K
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It sounds like you might be looking for Binyan Tzion 154 (R. Yaakov Ettlinger). Although the case discussed is of a man claiming to be Elijah the Prophet, and seducing a woman by telling her that she …
answered Jun 4 by Joel K
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Rambam Hilchot Na’arah Betulah 3:6 explains the passage as follows (based on oral tradition): The man accuses his new wife of committing adultery while she was betrothed to him and brings two witness …
answered Sep 9 by Joel K
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Rambam (Hilchot Sotah 3:2) writes that after she is brought to the Temple Mount, the first stage in the process is that she sits before the court there who proceed to intimidate her. She is able to re …
answered Apr 12 by Joel K