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Rabbi Avrohom Stulberger

Parsha Emor. Presented by http://www.Torah4You.com
Parsha Emor (Speak) begins with the special laws pertaining to the kohanim (priests), the Kohen Gadol (high priest), and the Temple service: A kohen may not become ritually impure through contact with a dead body, on the occasion of the death of a close relative. A kohen may not marry a divorcee, or a woman with a promiscuous past; a Kohen Gadol can marry only a virgin. A kohen with a physical deformity cannot serve in the Holy Temple, nor can a deformed animal be brought as an offering.
A newborn calf, lamb or kid must be left with its mother for seven days before being eligible for an offering; one may not slaughter an animal and its offspring on the same day.

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