What is the significance of the triple description of sin "Avonos Bnei Yisrael... Pish'eihem
Torah Temimah (note 95): They refer to sins performed for pleasure, rebellion, and b'Shogeg, respectively. 1
Sifsei Chachamim: Though the order, according to the Chachamim of R. Meir, is Chata'im, Avonos, Pesha'im.
Why does the Torah write "Venasan osam al Rosh ha'Sa'ir", an expression that it does not use by the Semichah of any other Korban?
Ramban: This is because, unlike all the Korbanos, the Sa'ir la'Azazel comes neither to appease nor to atone, but rather to take away Yisrael's sins against its will (as it were), 1 leave them free of sin. 2
What is the significance of the 'prepared man' who took the Sa'ir la'Azazel out to the desert?