Revach L'Daf
Tuesday, Zevachim 67

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  • Summary of the Daf
  • There is a Chiyuv Me'ilah for an Asham slaughtered in the south of the Azarah, l'Shem Kodshim Kalim.
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  • There is no Chiyuv Me'ilah for an Olas ha'Of that was brought like a Chatas ha'Of on the lower part of the Mizbe'ach, according to Rebbi Yehoshua.
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  • Rav Ashi says that if a Chatas ha'Of was brought on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach, even according to Rebbi Yehoshua it does not become an Olas ha'Of, and it is Pasul.
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  • Rachel is obligated to bring a Chatas ha'Of. Leah is obligated to bring an Olas ha'Of. They bring a Kan (two birds) together. They designate one bird as a Chatas for Rachel, and the other bird as an Olah for Leah. If the Kohen brings both birds on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach, only the Olah is valid.
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  • If the Kohen brought one bird on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach and another bird on the lower part of the Mizbe'ach, both are Pasul. There is a possibility that the Kohen brought the Olah on the lower part of the Mizbe'ach and the Chatas on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach.
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  • Rachel is obligated to bring a Chatas ha'Of and one Kan, and Leah is obligated to bring an Olas ha'Of and one Kan. Together they bring three Kanim. They designate one bird of one Kan as a Chatas for Rachel, and one bird of that Kan as an Olah for Leah. Of the second Kan, they designate one bird as a Chatas and one bird as an Olah, without specifying for whom. The birds of the third Kan are left Stam, unspecified. If the Kohen brings all of them on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach, half of them are Pasul.
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  • If the Kohen brought half of the birds on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach and half on the lower part of the Mizbe'ach, only the Kan left Stam is valid.
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  • A woman makes a Neder that she will bring a Kan if she gives birth to a boy. When she gives birth to a boy she must bring two Kanim. Three of the four birds are Olos.
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  • If the Kohen brought half of the birds on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach and half on the lower part of the Mizbe'ach, if all of the birds are Torim or all are Bnei Yonah, the woman must bring one of the same type of birds as an Olah.
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  • If the birds of one of the Kanim were Torim, and the birds of the other Kan were Bnei Yonah, and it is not known which Kan the Kohen brought first, the woman must bring one Tor and one Ben Yonah as an Olah.
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  • A woman made a Neder that she will bring a Kan of a specific type of bird when she gives birth. When she gave birth, she forgot what type of bird she had specified in her Neder. If the Kohen brought half on the upper part of the Mizbe'ach and half on the lower part of the Mizbe'ach, if all of the birds were the same type, she must bring three more birds as an Olah. If the birds were different types and it is not known which one the Kohen brought first, she must bring four birds as an Olah.
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The current Seder Kodshim has been dedicated לע"נ
Rebbetzin Henie Meisels and her mother Rebbetzin Hinda Tress OB"M

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