Comment: The end circumcised by means.

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The end circumcised by means.

If supporters of circumcision cannot admit that the act is an assault, it is pointless to continue.
To cut into another persons flesh without their consent is most definitely an assault. To cloak it in the guise of religion is dishonest at best; at worst, it is enabling criminal practices, so long as they fit the broadest interpretation of what the offending group believes is moral.
Ones religious beliefs do not protect them from prosecution in assault or battery charges.
This is the area in which the rights of the individual should trump religious zealotry.

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