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Banning circumcision is not antisemitic

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Submitted by vivarto rotenberg (Israel), Nov 3, 2018 at 01:32

... Banning circumcision is humanitarian rather than antisemitic.
Circumcision of baby boys is a permanent altering of anatomy of an individual without his consent.
The fact that Jews and other groups have engaged is such behavior does not make it any more acceptable.
Just like the fact that some societies have been practicing child marriage for centuries does not justify child marriage.

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