When a child’s body has been permanently marked with the symbol of a religion he might someday choose to reject, that child’s religious freedom has been violated.
I actually chose as a teenager not to be Jewish, and I don’t consider myself to be Jewish, but I’m still forced to have a religion – that I don’t believe in – carved into my body.
No one should use a child’s religious or ethnic background as an excuse to inflict harm upon that child.
In addition, children’s rights activists should not discriminate against such children by excluding them from advocacy efforts.
If [our protest] was solely about protecting everybody [except] Jews, then it would be anti-semitic.
Circumcision is anti-semitic, because it is harming Jews.