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Δευτέρα, 28 Νοεμβρίου 2011

Rabbi Explains the Process of Sucking Blood From the Penis During Circum...

Ρουφώντας το αίμα από το περιτμημένο πέος νεογνών ...

Yes, this is real and there are some sick f....rs in the world.

Jerusalem Post
Feb. 9, 2005

The death of one infant boy from herpes and the infection of two others has focused attention on an ancient practice that is still used in some fervently Orthodox communities as they circumcise babies.

New York City health officials are investigating whether the mohel who operated on the three boys had infected them. The city's legal department has been granted a temporary restraining order against Rabbi Yitzhak Fischer until the investigation is complete.

Fischer practices a custom called metzitzah b'peh - loosely translated as oral suction - that is considered an integral part of the brit milah in parts of the Jewish world, though it is met with shock and distaste in others. It's not known if Fischer carries the herpes virus, but the restraining order forbids him from practicing metzitzah b'peh, and demands that he wear surgical gloves when he performs a circumcision.

The Talmud describes the process of removing the baby boy's foreskin in three steps: The foreskin is cut, the mucous layer underneath is removed with a flick of the mohel's fingernail and then the blood is removed through oral suction. Often the first two steps are combined, and the fingernail motion is abandoned in favor of a surgical clamp.

In the third step, the mohel traditionally takes a sip of wine in his mouth, quickly sucks the blood off through the wine and spits the mixture into a bowl to be discarded. That is metzitzah b'peh.

In some parts of the Orthodox world - mainly but not exclusively among Chasidim - metzitzah b'peh is still practiced.



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