A San Francisco ballot
measure to ban circumcision is spurring charges of anti-Semitism while
galvanizing faith leaders and politicians who believe the initiative
threatens religious freedom.
"It's almost unbelievable
that this made the ballot," said Rabbi Reuven Taff of Mosaic Law
Congregation in Sacramento. "It's discriminatory. Not only against
Jewish families but also against Muslims and anybody else who has a
strong tradition of circumcising their male children."
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