Since the slave's son was not sold, why does it say "Hu u'Banav Imo"?


Rashi: From the Pasuk we can extrapolate that throughout the term of the Eved Ivri, the master is obligated to feed his children 1 , and when his contract ends, this obligation falls away.


Rosh: Rashi (Shemos 21:3) learned from "v'Yatz'ah Ishto Imo" that the master must feed the slave's wife and children. Really, that verse teaches only about his wife; our verse teaches about his children.


What is the Pasuk mean when it writes "v'El Achuzas Avosav Yashuv"?


Rashi: This means that the Eved Ivri regains his original status, and one is not permitted to taunt him (because he was an Eved).


Moshav Zekenim citing Ri: This is the source that a Nirtza returns in Yovel. Rashi (10) expounded this from "v'Ish El Mishpachto."

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