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What is the meaning of "Ki Yasir es Bincha ... "? To whom is it referring?

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Rashi: It means that the son of the Nochri who marries your daughter will veer your (grand)son away from Hashem. 1

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Targum Yonasan: It means that the daughters of the Nochrim will make your sons stray from the service of Hashem.

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Rosh (based on Kidushin 68b): Your son's Nochri father-in-law will veer your son away from Hashem. The Torah is concerned for your son, but not for your grandson, since your grandson through a Nochris is not considered your son.


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Rashi (citing Kidushin, 68b): The fact that the Torah presents this case and not that of not taking a Nochri's daughter for your son implies that the son of your daughter who is born from a Nochri is considered your son, but the son of your son who is born to a Nochri's daughter is not (he is a Nochri).

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Rashi writes that "Ki Yasir

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Rosh: It applies to marrying your son to a Nochris. Refer to 7:4:1:3.

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Rashi writes that "Ki Yasir

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Moshav Zekenim: Had it written Tasir, discussing the previous case (marrying your son to a Nochris), it would include also the case before that (marrying your daughter to a Nochri). Rather, it says Ki Yasir, to exclude the last case; it refers only to one who married his daughter to a Nochri. 1


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Moshav Zekenim: Do not say that had it said Tasir, we would say that it discusses your daughter-in-law veering your son, but we cannot infer about grandchildren. If so, it would have said Tasiro; [Tasir] Bincha would be extra to teach that it refers to your grandson (he is Jewish).

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Rashi writes that the Torah taught only that your grandson through a Nochri is considered your son, but through a Nochris, he is not your son. We should say that lineage normally follows the father, so all the more so, through [your son and] a Nochris is concerned your son!

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Moshav Zekenim: Lineage does not follow the father when one of them is a Nochri. We find that "ha'Ishah vi'Yladeha Tihyeh la'Adoneha" (Shemos 21:4; a Shifchah's sons from an Eved Ivri are slaves). 1


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Moshav Zekenim: This is difficult. Slaves are different, for the children are like the slave's labor! (Fathering children is considered working at night

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