King Charles III’s first encounter with a rabbi.
Gary Shteyngart’s tendentious attack on brit milah.
He professes to believe that parents’ rights trump “intacticivism.”
Or has it made them more common?
Which would you prefer, bread or grains of wheat?
The question sounds absurd, but anti-circumcision activists are winning legal and policy victories—and overturning the definition of freedom of religion in the process.
Boycotting, banning circumcision, and sheltering Nazis.
It’s not just the circumcision ban.
The cutting edge of secular illiberalism.
For whatever reason, God made people in tribes and nations.
America’s “first freedom” is under attack from an ascendant cultural secularism. Christians are its first target, but Jews and Judaism may not be far behind.
The arguments of circumcision opponents are non-compelling and often irrational, when not fueled by secularist primitivism and bigotry.
Fear-monger. Alarmist. Trouble-maker.
Contributing its might to a growing continental movement to stigmatize ritual circumcision, Norway, home to a mere 700 Jews, now says it means to “regulate” the practice.