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1. According to Rebbi Yitzchak, a person is not punished with Malkus for an Aveirah which is punished with Kares.
2. If someone transgresses a number of negative prohibitions in one He'elem (i.e. he did not realize in between that he sinned), he is Chayav a separate Korban for each one of the negative prohibitions.
3. If someone has relations with his sister who is also the sister of his mother and the sister of his father, he is Chayav three Korbanos.
4. If someone has relations with five women who are Nidos in one He'elem (i.e. he did not realize in between that he sinned), he is Chayav five Korbanos.
5. Although the Torah prohibits both a sister of the mother and a sister of the father, a separate verse is needed to prohibit a sister from both the father and the mother.
6. A woman is only Tamei if she sees blood in the conventional manner.
7. If a Tamei touches Kodshim he is Chayav Malkus according to Reish Lakish. Rebbi Yochanan disagrees.
8. If a Tamei eats the flesh of Kodshim prior to the sprinkling of their blood on the Mizbe'ach, he is Chayav Malkus according to Reish Lakish. Rebbi Yochanan disagrees.
A BIT MORE
1. This is derived from the fact that the Torah singles out the prohibition of a sister and states that it is Chayav Kares, even though it was not necessary to single it out since it is included in all of the Arayos which are Chayav Kares.
2. Even if the Torah states only one Kares for all of the Lavim together, a person who commits both Lavim b'Shogeg is Chayav two Korbanos.
3. Although she is only one person, since relations with her is a transgression of three Lavim, he is Chayav three Korbanos. If a man has relations with his mother who then gives birth to two daughters, and he then has relations with one of the daughters who gives birth to a son, and subsequently the son has relations with the other daughter, that son transgresses the prohibitions of having relations with his sister, having relations with the sister of his mother, and having relations with the sister of his father.
4. Although it is only one Lo Ta'aseh, nevertheless since five different women are involved he is Chayav five times.
5. Although it can be derived from a Kal va'Chomer, Beis Din may not punish a person on the basis of a Kal va'Chomer.
6. If she bleeds from an opening from surgery or any other opening, she is not Tamei.
7. Reish Lakish derives the Chiyuv Malkus for a Tamei who touches Kodshim from the verse, "Do not touch any Kodesh." However, Rebbi Yochanan maintains that the verse is a reference to the prohibition of a Tamei who touches Terumah.
8. Reish Lakish derives the Chiyuv Malkus from a Tamei who eats the flesh of Kodshim before the sprinkling of the blood from the verse, "Do not touch any Kodesh." However, Rebbi Yochanan maintains that the prohibition of a Tamei eating the flesh of Kodshim is derived from a Gezeirah Shavah, and it applies only to Kodshim after the sprinkling of the blood.
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