In one instance he pulls all his three kids out of the Reform day school --reviled by his Ultra-orthodox family-- and enrolls them back into the Orthodox school that requires them to wear tzitzit
and study Judaics most of the day.
I was surprised when an energetic Orthodox man, his tzitzit
showing beneath his shirt, payos peeking out beneath his cap, directed us toward the bus, checked our reservation and collected our money once we boarded.
Particularly helpful is Magness' chapter on clothing, which also discusses nudity and the use of the tzitzit
Although one might argue that this refers to wearing tekhelet, the Shulhan Arukh (Orah Hayyim 24:6) and others quote this statement long after the tekhelet was lost, thus applying it to those wearing tzitzit
The writer gave him, as written in Hebrew script, "four corners," presumably tzitzit
(a ritually fringed garment) to wear for his protection.
Jewish children and their parents, their tzitzit
dangling, their payos flying in the wind, waiting at the bottom of the steps you've just ascended, fists clenched, stones, garbage, and bags of feces in hand.
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A group of teenage boys with yarmulkes and tzitzit
(Jewish fringes), are chatting with the prince in Hebrew.
see also Maimonides, Laws of Tzitzit
3:9; Tosafot, Commentary on Kiddushin 31a; Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chayyim 589:6.
Jesus himself clearly followed the tradition of Moses, as the very fact that he wore tzitzit
(fringes) indicates, for those fringes are to remind Jews of the mitzvot and the need to keep them (we might think of them as WWJC bracelets for Jews).
Other, perhaps less understandable mitzvot that the Mishnah exempts women from, are saying the Shema (said in the morning and at night) and wearing tefillin and tzitzit
(worn in the daytime).
From her sister she even learnt he was wearing a tzitzit
- fringed underwear worn by Orthodox Jews.