What did Moshe mean when he said "Hein Lo Huva es Damah el ha'Kodesh Penimah"?


Rashi: He insinuated that had the blood been taken into the Heichal, they would have been justified in burning it. 1


Refer to 10:18:151:1,2.


What did he mean when he said "Achol Tochlu osah Ka'asher Tziveisi"?


Rashi: He meant that, in spite of the fact that they were On'nim, they should have eaten it as he had commanded them 1 with regard to the Minchah.


In Pasuk 13.



Rashi writes that "Hen Lo Huva Es Damah


Moshav Zekenim: That teaches about Parim ha'Nisrafim and Se'irim ha'Nisrafim (whose blood should be brought inside) that became Pasul. They are burned in Beis ha'Birah.


Moshav Zekenim (from Zevachim 101a 1 ): We could not learn to all generations from Kodshei Sha'ah. Even though Se'ir Rosh Chodesh is Kodshei Doros, it is called Kodshei Sha'ah, for burning it immediately was a Hora'as Sha'ah 2 according to the opinion that it was burned due to Aninus. For Doros, any Pesul due to the blood or owner is burned after Ibur Tzurah (becoming Nosar). Perhaps also burning it [if the blood was brought inside] was a Hora'as Sha'ah!


I did not find this in the Gemara there. (PF) Below (19), Moshav Zekenim says that the opinion that it was burned due to Aninus holds like R. Yochanan ben Brokah (Pesachim 82a), that whenever no one.may eat a Korban, it is burned immediately.


This is difficult. Moshe accepted Aharon's answer that he burned it because there was no source to permit eating it! If it was a Hora'as Sha'ah, i.e. Hashem told Moshe to tell them to burn it, why did Moshe get angry?! (PF)

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