Iceland, Poland, Moves to Outlaw Circumcision and Ritual Slaughter

By The European Union Times

European Jewish Association (EJA) Chairman Rabbi Margolin in discussion with the Icelandic ambassador to Brussels.

Jews and Muslims have made frantic representations to the Icelandic government to halt legislation outlawing circumcision, and to the Polish government to stop the outlawing of the inhumane and barbaric ritual slaughter of live animals—known as Shechita (“kosher”) in Judaism and Halaal in Islam—all practices which respectively—which are intrinsic to both these Middle Eastern desert religions.

A report in the Jerusalem-based Times of Israel quoted “Jewish and Muslim leaders in Iceland” as saying that they “have defended their communities’ rights to perform circumcision in the face [READ MORE HERE]

Source: EU Times

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