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1)

Why soes the Tofrah add the word "Vehayah"?

1.

Rashi: To inform the captor that. ultimately, he will hate her and want to get rid of her.

2)

What are the implications of "Ve'Shilachtah le'Nafshah"?

1.

Ramban #1 (citing the Sifri): "He sends her away" - but not to her father's house - either because she is now a Jewess or in order not to worship idols. 1

2.

Ramban: It implies that, although she is married to him, 2 he may not send her away without a Get if he no longer wishes to live with her. 3

3.

Targum Yonasan: It implies that if he wants to send her away, he is obligated to give her a Get. 4


1

See Ramban and Ba'al ha'Turim.

2

Ramban: Refer to 21:13:6:1.

3

See Ramban and R. Chavel's notes.

4

Even though he did not acquire her with Kidushin. Refer to 21:13:6:1.

3)

What is the meaning of "Lo Tis'amer bah"?

1.

Rashi and Ramban #2: It means that he is not allowed to use her as a slave. 1

2.

Ramban #1 (citing Targum Onkelos, the Sifri and Sanhedrin, 85b), Rashbam and Targum Yonasan: It means that he is not allowed to use her as barter. 2

3.

Raman #3: Switching the 'Ayin' for an 'Alef'', 3 it means 'he should not act towards her highhandedly' (act towards her like a master). 4


1

See Ramban DH 've'Rashi Kasav', citing the Yerushalmi in Shabbas and Avodah Zarah.

2

Rashbam: As we find later in 24:7 (This is simply san extension of Lo Simkerenah ba'Kasef").

3

See Ramban, DH 've'Shimush'.

4

Ramban: As in Tehilim 94:4 - "Yis'amru Kol Po'alei Aven", and in Ki Savo, 26:17 - "es Hashem He'emarta Hayom". 'Amir' in Arabic means 'a master'.

4)

What are the implications of "Tachas asher Inisah"?

1.

Ramban (citing the Sifri): Even after the first Bi'ah, he is no longer permitted to sell her or to treat her like a slave.

2.

Rashbam: It means after he has acquired her through Bi'ah.

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