The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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What about a woman ? Therefore the verse says WHEN A MAN OR A WOMAN (
Num . 5 : 6 ) in order to make women equal to men in regard to all the laws of
damages in the Torah . ” R. Jonathan says , “ We have no need for this . Does it
AND THE WOMAN SHALL BECOME A CURSE ( Num . 5:27 ) . They will use her
as a curse : May what happened to so - and - so happen to you ! They will use
her as an oath : May what happened to so - and - so happen to you ! Thus it says
R. Simeon exempts women from fringes because women are exempt from any
positive mitzvah which is time - dependent . ... Babba says , “ The Sages
specifically exempted a woman's veil from fringes , nor would they require them
upon their ...
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