"Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be prolonged in the
land which YHWH your Elohim gives you.
n46. You may never settle permanently in Mitzrayim (Dvarim 17:16).
n311. It is forbidden to assign military service or any other duties to a bridegroom in his first year of marriage (Dvarim 24:6).
n316. It is forbidden to curse a leader (Shemot 22:17).
n318. It is forbidden to curse parents (Shemot 21:17).
n319. It is forbidden to injure parents (Shemot 21:15).
n356. It is forbidden to remarry one¡¯s divorce wife who married and divorced a second time (Dvarim 24:4).
n357. It is forbidden to marry a childless widow before she receives permission from her brother-in-law (Dvarim 25:5).
n359. It is forbidden to divorce a wife who has been falsely accused of indecency (Dvarim 22:19).
n362. It is forbidden to appoint a king who is not a naturally born Israelite (Dvarim 17:15).
n363. A king may not accumulate horses (Dvarim 17:16).
n364. A king may not have many wives (Dvarim 17:17).
n365. A king may not accumulate wealth for private use (Dvarim 17:17).
p17. The Torah Scroll of the Melekh (Dvarim 17:18).
p87. Sanctity of a Substituted Animal designated for an Offering (Vayikra 27:10).
p173. Appointing a Melekh (Dvarim 17:15).
p190. Offering peace before waging war (Dvarim 20:11).
p210. Honoring your Parents (Shemot 20:12).
p211. Revering our Parents (Vayikra 19:3).
p216. ¡°Yibum" (Dvarim 25:5).(levirate marriage, that is, she must marry her dead husband's brother)
p217. Allowing a Childless Widow to Remarry (Dvarim 25:9).
p219. Staying married to a defamed Wife (Dvarim 22:19).
p222. Divorce procedure (Dvarim 24:1).
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