Jewish Business News article about modern form of Judaism that does not see the need for HGM (Human Genital Mutilation) of babies.
The Humanistic Jewish movement is a quickly growing denomination in Judaism and the closest to Jewish Intactivism. The movement contains over 30,000 members and has over 50 active synagogues in the United States and Israel. There are a variety of active Humanistic Jewish journals and a group of thriving associations and communities connected to the movement. The focus of Jewish Humanism is on Judaic culture and society while embracing Humanistic ethics.