Ki Seitzei 5780

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In the Parshah of Motzi Shem Rah, the Psukim say the following:

(ולקח אבי הנער ואמה והוציאו את בתולי הנער אל זקני העיר השערה:  ואמר אבי הנער אל הזקנים את בתי נתתי לאיש הזה לאשה וישנאה (כב, טו-טז

Rashi points out the fact that both the father and mother bring their daughter to court, but only the father speaks teaches us מלמד שאין רשות לאשה לדבר בפני האיש. That a wife does not have permission to speak in front of her husband.

However, in the beginning of the Parshah when it talks about Ben Sorer Umoreh Read More..


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