קטן שנולד בששי ומילתו דוחה שבת.
Give me a case where a child is born on Friday and his Bris Milah is docheh Shabbos.
I am NOT looking for Kav Hata'arich or Shkiyah Shniyah or Pikuach Nefesh answers.
When I say "born on Friday," I mean Friday before Shkiyah, not secular Friday that ends at midnight. He was born on Yom HaShishi. He was born כחצות היום בעצם היום הזה on Friday.
The answer is simple, and despite that, I'm pretty confident that n o b o d y will figure it out. I would offer a prize, but I'm not quite confident enough to risk postage to the other side of the world.
Here is the only hint you're getting:
The answer is derived from, or at least closely related to, something in this week's parsha, Emor.
This is the kind of question my son, Rav Mordechai, asks on his bechinos at the Kollel in Marlboro, Kollel Hora'ah of America. The particular question, however, was invented by Harav Shimon Kalman Goldstein of Chicago. Rabbi Goldstein learned for many years with Reb Boruch Sorotzkin, and is a mechaber of more than fifty sefarim, none of which has been printed.
I'm enjoying this. This is my wife, Malkie, who has a real Gemara kop, after saying that it can't be, giving me a look of frustrated annoyance, and repeating that it just can not be.
But it can. To her credit, she refuses to give up.
WE HAVE A WINNER!!
From the comments - Rabbi Yehuda Oppenheimer of Toronto.