LifeCycle Events: Birth, Bris: Circumcision and Judaism:
Is an uncircumcised person regarded as non-Jewish?
Circumcision is a "classical" Jewish practice dating back to
Abraham, and the prophets drew strong contrasts between the
Jews and their uncircumcised neighbors, but it doesn't define
Judaism. Jews don't circumcise boys who have hemophilia, but
they are still regarded as fully Jewish.
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