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1)

What are the ramifications of "Ge'ulah Tihyeh Lo"?

1.

Rashi: It is a Mitzvah incumbent upon every Jew to redeem his 'brother' 1 immediately from the hand of the Nochri. 2

2.

Da'as Zekenim (Al Derech Derush): After Yisrael were exiled, Hashem will redeem them. He is Echad, and Yisrael's brother


1

Ramban: If none of his relatives redeems him - as the following Pasuk explains.

2

Refer to 25:48:2;1.

2)

On what grounds can one expect the Nochri to comply?

1.

Rashi (from Kidushin 15b): The Pasuk discusses a Nochri who is under our jurisdiction. 1


1

Riva (from Kidushin 15b): This is logical. If not what can we do? (The slave will go free only when his master wants to free him!) Moshav Zekenim (50, citing Ri) asked why a verse is needed to teach this. (What is his source to say that this is learned from a verse?

3)

Why is the current Halachah not obvious?

1.

Seforno (citing Kidushin, 20b): We might otherwise have thought that, since the Eved went and became a priest to Avodah-Zarah, we leave him where he is.

2.

Rashi: Even though he goes out in Yovel, redeem him immediately.

QUESTIONS ON RASHI

4)

Rashi writes that even though we discuss a Nochri under our jurisdiction, one must redeem for the proper amount. There is an opinion that permits Gezel Nochri!

1.

Moshav Zekenim (44, citing Riva): Since the Nochri benefited the slave and gave to him money [when he bought him], there is more concern for Chilul Hashem than in a normal case of Gezel Nochri.

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