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Why compare a groom to a king?

הקב"ה is called מלך. He is also called a groom because throughout the Galut he is constantly preparing to marry the שכינה. Therefore הקב"ה is both a king and a groom. Sources: 1: You will ...
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If a bat kohen marries an Israelite am haaretz do the usual laws of Chattan/kallah not apply

It seems from the commentators that it's only referring to the aspect of Seudas Mitzva, since the union is deemed a slight to the Cohanic dynasty by sullying it with an ignoramus. There's no Mitzva in ...
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