The law will not end infant circumcisions, but education just might

The Guardian, 21 April 2016
Author: Ally Fogg
“A judge’s remarks have reignited the debate on the practice. While banning it is no solution, the case for better information and regulation is incontrovertible. Across the world, attitudes towards routine or ritual infant circumcision are changing. Even among Jewish and Muslim communities, there is a small but growing movement to abandon the tradition. What right do or should parents have to impose permanent bodily alteration or, as many would call it, mutilation, on their own children? What rights do or should cultural communities have to preserve their own religious rites and customs?”
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