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Forced circumcision of older minor boys practiced in Asian, African and Muslim countries is a criminal offence under existing law

Asked by: gengo002
  • Forced circumcision of older minor boys practiced in Asian, African and Muslim countries is a criminal offence under existing law

    In many Asian, African and Muslim countries, boys are forcibly circumcised in their childhood and not in infancy by illiterate traditional circumcisers making the procedure a "physical damage". It's a crime under existing law.

    Answer some of my questions-
    1. Is it a crime for parents to cut off their child's earlobes forcibly without any medical necessity? Why? If parents do so and if it's a crime, under what law will they be prosecuted?
    2. Is it a crime for parents to cut off any other healthy functional organ, gland or body part of their child (no matter what part) forcibly without any medical necessity? Why? If parents do so and if it's a crime, under what law will they be prosecuted?
    3. Is it a crime for parents to cut off their child's foreskin forcibly without any medical necessity? Why?
    If you think it's not a crime under existing law, can you let me know what are the other body parts parents can legally cut off from their child's body? Do you think it's only the foreskin? If so, why do you think so and where have you found that cutting off this specific body part should be legal when cutting off any body part (no matter what part) is illegal? Do you think cutting off foreskin is different than cutting off any other body part? If you think so why do you think so? Do you think foreskin is not qualified as a healthy functional organ? Do you think foreskin is a birth defect. I need your explanation here. And if cutting off foreskin is not a crime, cutting off the rest of the penile skin remaining on the penile shaft should not be a crime as well (since the foreskin and rest of the penile skin are parts of a single penile skin set). Do you think it's also legal for parents to cut off the rest of the penile skin remaining on the penile shaft of their child? If not why not? And where have you found that cutting off this specific body part is legal when cutting off any body part is illegal under existing law? What's the base of your random explanationless claim.

    You wrote, "Unfortunately it is not a crime, by law, in the countries where circumcision is legal."

    It's just a baseless statement. How do you know that cutting off foreskin is legal when cutting off any body part (no matter what part) is a criminal offence under existing law? Doesn't foreskin qualify as a healthy functional organ? Is it just a birth defect? What do you think? What's the base of your claim? Can you explain it?

    You also wrote, "Well, by definition it is not a crime to circumsise a newborn in america"

    What definition? Where have you found that cutting off foreskin is not a crime in America when cutting off any body part is a criminal offence under existing American law? What's the base of your claim?

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