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The 134th prohibition is that even one who resides1 with a Kohen or works for him is forbidden from eating terumah (heave offering from produce).

The source of this prohibition is G‑d's statement,2 "Even if a person resides with a Kohen or is hired by him, that person may not eat kodesh."

Should he eat [terumah], he is judged like any other Jew.3
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And the 127th prohibition is that an uncircumcised man is forbidden from eating the Pesach sacrifice.1

The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement,2 "But no uncircumcised man may eat it."

If he eats from it when uncircumcised, he is punished by lashes.
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And the 128th prohibition is that we are forbidden from feeding meat from the Pesach offering to a Jew who has converted [to another religion].

The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement1 (exalted be He), "Any ben neichar ("Foreigner") may not eat it." The one who explains the Oral Tradition [i.e. Onkelos] says [the phrase, "Any ben neichar means], "any Jew who has converted."3 In the words of the Mechilta,4 "The phrase, 'Any ben neichar,' refers to a Jew who has converted and worshiped idolatry."5