Infant dies after contracting herpes during blood-sucking Jewish circumcision ritual at hospital

Infant dies after contracting herpes during blood-sucking Jewish circumcision ritual at hospital


Infant dies after contracting herpes during blood-sucking Jewish circumcision ritual at hospital

via Infant dies after contracting herpes during blood-sucking Jewish circumcision ritual at hospital.

This is disgusting and unacceptable, as a human being and a christian I detest this aberrant (non-biblical) ritual. This must be stopped. Absolutely disgusting!

Infant dies after contracting herpes during blood-sucking Jewish circumcision ritual at hospital

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16 thoughts on “Infant dies after contracting herpes during blood-sucking Jewish circumcision ritual at hospital

          1. So what makes ordinary penis circumcision okay in your eyes?

            If some practices are deemed okay why not clitoral circumcision?

            How do you feel about the European Council (?) decreeing that is should be considered child abuse and banned?

            1. Well, if it can be shunted past the Jews and Muslims, great. Maybe we will reach a point where teaching/presenting religion per se is considered child abuse and a PG rating is slapped on it.

              That would be a step in the right direction.

            2. There are religious practices which are really not good, for example the hindu ritual of ‘sati’ in which a widow is burnt alive alongside the corpse of the deceased husband. And if such a practice is in question I would advise what you have, but if I find something agreeable or pleasing then I would have no reason to be against it, unless its proven to cause harm. I don’t like to generalize.

            3. Define harm?

              Besides, a child has no say in what happens to it in this regard and there are many ex- christians here in blogland that would agree wholeheartedly to legislating against children being exposed to any form of religion.

              If religion is the bastion of all the good things it professes then the benefits should be self evident and adults will be drawn toward it without inducement.

              The evidence, past and present would suggest otherwise.

            4. I agree. And there are many Christians and people of other faiths who will attest as well that they find religion healthy. So each side thinks they are right. Also faith results in a lot of goodness as well but most of the time only the bad parts are tossed about. If religion is given all the credit for the bad then it should be given its due credit in good works in its name too.

              But I am with you on the last one. For faith to be adhered it must not be forced. It should come from one’s own liking not obligation.

            5. I think its an impossible task to carry out in a religious culture. As for myself I would want my children to know of it quite early in an intellectual way. But that is always not a bad thing. I was exposed to the bible at age 4, i completed the Quran by 13, and the hindu Geeta at age 17 and in between i studied sufism and Buddhist doctrines. And I was still a closet agnostic/atheist. So no I don’t find it harmful at all, the exposing to religion part. I wasn’t harmed. But I do agree that for a child religion is not an intellectual endeavor, not every child goes through it like me. Anyone can only truly understand their religion with time and that happens mostly as adults. So where technically you’re not wrong, I still find it a stretch to say the whole thing should be legalized. I think for an intelligent child religion can be a very nice thing. My interest in philosophy was in most part something I picked up while studying religions and it’s deeply thoughtful at times.

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