An article from Haaretz, international Jewish newspaper … This is shocking – using the babies of the poor and orphans as “cannon fodder” for training genital cutters …
“The rabbi goes on to explain why the students practice on the babies of the weaker strata of the population: “Why not?” he asks in the recording. “They have no father. No mother… There’s no problem. Even if your cut isn’t straight, they won’t say anything, because they don’t understand anything.”
Israeli Rabbi Uses Ethiopians, Sudanese Infants for Circumcision Training.
Thorough article questioning circumcision from a Jewish perspective ….
” … the right to manifest one’s religion is not absolute – it is limited by the harm caused to others. In 2011, 11 boys under the age of one were treated for life-threatening haemorrhage, shock or sepsis relating to circumcision in Birmingham Children’s Hospital in the United Kingdom. In the United States, it’s estimated that 100 boys die as a result of circumcisions every year. Can religion …justify this? ”
It Cuts Both Ways: A Jew Argues for Child Rights Over Religious Circumcision
At last the British liberal press, the Guardian, is beginning to break its silence on this issue… A great deal of page space has been devoted to FGM previously …
A sad story of cultural clashes, the brave Mother put her children first, and refused to allow her sons to be genitally mutilated for their father’s religious preferences…
“The High Court ruling, upholding the rights of two children to choose upon maturity, and the rights of both parents to be heard, offers some reassurance. It also throws up a lot of questions. Were the dissenting parent also Muslim it is not at all clear which way the law would fall. The UK also allows pretty much anyone to circumcise boys pretty much anywhere – it’s almost completely unregulated despite well-known medical risks. How could the law be effective in preventing someone determined to have their child circumcised? And how can I ever feel that my sons will be safe?”
Male circumcision: the issue that ended my marriage
Hospital mutilation of infant goes wrong. Infant dies. On average I notice at least one death from around the world reported every month. I have only heard of one FGM death in the world in the past six months. Few people seem to care about boy babies getting slit up …
The WHO (World Health Organisation) should treat all children equally and not just protect girls from circumcision …
Baby dies after circumcision surgery
Death for another child. Christians in Egypt guilty of FGM …
“Despite the ban in 2008, female genital mutilation (FGM) is still widespread in Egypt, especially in rural areas. It is practised among Muslims as well as Egypt’s minority Christians.
The law led to the first prison sentence against a doctor in Egypt in January 2015, with the girl’s father in that case given a three-month suspended sentence.
On Sunday, Mousa’s sister had just undergone the operation before she was sent in for surgery.
The girls’ mother is a nurse, while their late father was a surgeon. The operation was being carried out by a registered female doctor, according to Abdel-Samee”
Egyptian girl dies during banned female genital mutilation operation
These ladies, victims of a cutting culture, see things as they are – genital mutilation is just that – cutting any child, boy, girl, or intersex, is a gross disregard of human rights….
Ari Libsker, journalist and filmmaker from Tel Aviv (Israel) used his speech on the 4th Worldwide Day of Genital Autonomy on May 7th, 2016 in Cologne to talk about … why it is so important to talk to each other and stand united for children’s’ rights.
Fantastic to see so many people from all over the world are waking up ..
“Let’s unite together and fight this horrible, barbaric, evil thing that we’re doing to children”