rabbi explains the importance of sucking blood from circumcised tool

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"The practice is known as "metzitzah b'peh": after removing the foreskin, the mohel (practition...
"The practice is known as "metzitzah b'peh": after removing the foreskin, the mohel (practitioner of the circumcision) sucks the blood from the wound to clean it." Metzitzah b’peh: (sucking on the circumcised baby's penis after a Talmudic circumcision) is not anywhere commanded by the Biblical law of God ("Torah"). This homosexual molestation of infants via metzitzah b'peh is commanded only by the man-made hahalcha of the Talmud (BT Shabbat 19:2), and post-Talmudic rabbinic authorities. There is no warrant in the Bible for homosexual molestation of infants. Metzitzah b'peh was formerly the way all Judaic infants were circumcised for more than a thousand years. In other words, all Talmudic babies were molested as infants throughout most of western history, and many tens of thousands still are today. All "Christians" who support Orthodox Judaism and present it as allies in the conservative struggle for "family values" are complicit in the institutionalized metzitzah b'peh molestation of innocent and helpless Judaic baby boys. For more information on this abominable sin cf. Judaism Discovered. Glossary of Terms Mohelim: (plural) rabbinic circumcisers. Singular: mohel. Bris: circumcision Metzitzah b’peh: sucking on the circumcised baby’s penis by a mohel, according to the hahalcha (law) of the Talmud and post-Talmudic rabbinic authorities The leading association for mohelim who practice a risky oral blood suctioning technique in their circumcisions has vowed not to cooperate with New York City’s new health regulations governing use of the technique, known as metzitzah b’peh. Brooklyn mohel Rabbi Avrohom Cohn, chairman of the American Board of Ritual Circumcision, said his group would not have parents sign waiver forms, which the city is now requiring as a condition for performing metzitzah b’peh. “He’s the mayor of the biggest city in the world, but I’m not going to listen to him,” Cohn said source is the new yorker newspaper "forward"