1. Although the law of Me'ilah does not apply to a Korban consecrated by a Nochri, the Rabanan decreed that one is not allowed to derive benefit from it.
2. We do not accept libations from a Nochri who offers a Korban. Rather, the libations are purchased from the public funds.
3. There is a dispute about whether one receives lashes for transgressing a negative prohibition that involves no action.
4. The Gemara lists some exceptions to the rule that one does not receive lashes for transgressing a negative prohibition that involves no action.
5. Rebbi Yochanan: Temurah should not be included as an exception to the rule (in #4).
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1. This is derived from the words "Bnei Yisrael" stated with regard to Terumah. Many of the laws of Me'ilah are derived from Terumah by way of a Gezeirah Shavah.
2. We do not accept his libations because the word "Ezrach" in the verse indicates that only a Jew may offer libations. However, the word, "Kachah" ("so it should be") indicates that libations must be brought with Korbanos normally obligated in libations. Hence, we must offer the libations for the Nochri's Korban from the public funds.
3. Rebbi Yehudah and others maintain that one does receive lashes for transgressing this type of prohibition. Most opinions (throughout the Gemara) maintain that one does not receive lashes for transgressing this type of prohibition.
4. Rebbi Yosi ha'Glili: Swearing falsely, Temurah, and cursing one's friend with the name of Hashem are exceptions to this rule. Rebbi Yosi b'Rebbi Chanina: One who separates Terumah from his fruits before he separates Bikurim is also an exception to this rule.
5. His words cause a change in status to the Chulin animal which is tantamount to an action.