Orthodox Jews today will tell you why Jesus is so evil, because he insulted the Pharisees, those were the most holy men who ever lived. And this Jesus is condemning them to Hell! Orthodox Jews are descendant from the Pharisees, they are the Pharisees all that was said still applies to Orthodox Jews really. Certainly the Pharisees were very holy men, they washed their hands and the outside of their cups, they kept the law of Moses! What they fail to understand is for over 2,500 years (septuagint) the world was in a pre-flood state without any Israel or Jews or Covenant. God's redemption plan is restoring and making paradise. Israel was not paradise, it was not his final ultimate redemption plan. Israel came into the picture long after and the Sinai Covenant even longer still. Physical Israel was the very very dim shadow of the eternal kingdom, it was a nation God himself ordained. Just as Noah's Ark was like Jesus and salvation he says he is the door. Building the Ark of the Holy Spirit, Noah looked like an IDIOT, guaranteed, a fool for 100 or so years but he just needed to believe, God probably hardly spoke to him, he just spent years building with his sons. Jesus makes it clear that the scripture contains him. It's his story. And there's huge lists of illusions to Jesus and fulfilments and those things
In Deuteronomy it says "Not because of your righteousness or the uprightness of your heart are you going in to possess their land, but because of the wickedness of these nations the LORD your God is driving them out from before you, and that he may confirm the word that the LORD swore to your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob." The failure of realising the humble nation of Israel is the falling point of the Orthodox Jew, they think the Covenant at Sinai is their paradise and eternal rest and the "New Covenant" is figurative and will just be the same as the old covenant despite God saying it won't be, but, okay. Of course the Pharisees went on to basically hate Jesus so much they went full reverse and did the opposite of everything he said, they went on to produce the Midrash and Talmud which are just MORE law interpretation and human tradition a great deal of it, continuing desperately to hold on to the Earthly nation of Israel from 1400 BC. God is looking for much more than the Pharisees or the ultra Orthodox Jews of today. Rather than a spiritual understanding of Israel, the eternal Kingdom that Daniel speaks about that Jesus establishes. Israel was very short lived compared to all history.
The Kingdom of God in all its revelation is not going to be the Mosaic covenant, it's not going to be bloody animal sacrifice for sins and stoning to death and all these turbo specific things. Laws about Oxen. Jesus makes the point the law of divorce was added because of the hardness of the Israelis hearts. I don't think it's going to be clouds and harps and like some ideas of it, I think it will be somewhat familiar, but it's not 1400 BC Israel it's going to be much better. That's another understanding of the Covenants and the importance of the spirit especially now. National laws of Israel were added much later after some of the greatest of the Bible had passed and those laws reflect God's goodness and intentions, usually, some laws like Jesus mentions Deuteronomy 24 "but from the beginning it was not so." The Beginning, Paradise. Jesus was interested in the true intentions of his Father and doing his will. the number one and only goal and that meant he kept the entire moral law of God which can't be written in any book for every possible occasion but we know it.
The Bible makes it clear liars and cheats and lustful and all the others will not inherit the kingdom, not "sabbath and festival breakers and people who don't observe new moons and don't eat Kosher." It's it the Muslims who believe if you eat pork and then die you turn into a pig or something. You really got to make that distinction and understand what Jesus was doing instituting the New Testament with the Lord's Supper and with water baptism which are the sort of "Traditions" we have now until the end. Just like his first coming when he comes he's not going to be obsessed about your water baptism and bread and wine, the traditional aspect, but rather whether you are a believer a faithful disciple a lover. Traditional aspects are FOR US, it is helpful to remember the Lord's sacrifice at communion and to profess faith in water baptism, I see it that way at least, I find them very helpful to us.