While rare, religious objects and practices have generated security alerts at airports, in planes and at gatherings of large crowds. Another example: the kirpan is a ceremonial sword or dagger that worn by baptized Sikhs.
Originally tefillin – pictured here -- nowadays are worn during a weekday morning service instead of all day. A small minority still follow the practice of laying tefillin all day long.
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