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SANHEDRIN 75
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SANHEDRIN 75 - In honor of Yisrael (son of Chazkel and Miryam) Rosenbaum, by his son and daughter and their families.

SUMMARY

1. A person must give up his life rather than transgress even a minor prohibition of Arayos.
 
2. If someone has relations with his mother-in-law or with his mother-in-law's mother he is Chayav Sereifah.
 
3. If someone has relations with the daughter of his wife he is Chayav Sereifah.
 
4. If someone has relations with his own daughter or granddaughter he is Chayav Sereifah.
 
5. If someone has relations with the his mother-in-law or with his mother-in-law's mother he is Chayav Sereifah.
 
6. The prohibition of having relations with a grandmother is not Min ha'Torah.
 
7. There is an argument whether something that is learned from a Gezeirah Shaveh is learned together with all of the relevant Dinim from the Melamed.

A BIT MORE

1. One must give up his life rather than talk to an Eshes Ish from the other side of a fence. According to one opinion this applies even to an unmarried woman.
 
2. He is also Chayav Sereifah for having relations with the mother of his father-in-law. Abaye learns that according to Rebbi Akiva the prohibition of the mother of a mother-in-law is written explicitly in the verse, whereas the prohibition of the mother of a father-in-law is not. Rava learns that according to Rebbi Akiva neither the prohibition of the mother of a mother-in-law nor the prohibition of the mother of a father-in-law is written explicitly in the verse.
 
3. He is Chayav Sereifah whether he has relations with the daughter of his wife, the daughter of her daughter or the daughter of her son.
 
4. Even if his daughter is not the daughter of his wife, for example she is his daughter from an Anusah, he is still Chayav Sereifah.
 
5. Someone who has relations with the mother or grandmother of his wife or with the daughter or granddaughter of his wife is Chayav Sereifah.
 
6. Although relations with the grandmother of one's wife is biblically prohibited, relations with one's own grandmother is not. However, relations with one's own grandmother is Rabbinicaly prohibited.
 
7. According to one opinion we learn all of the relevant Dinim from the Melamed and *not* from the Lamed. The other opinion states that relevant Dinim *are* learned from the Lamed as well.

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