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Proof That S.F.'s Circumcision Ban Is Anti-Semitic

"Nothing excites Monster Mohel more than cutting into the infantile penile flesh of an eight day old boy."

Are you ready for this?

Fearless blogger Zombie informs us:

As you may have heard by now, San Francisco will be voting this November on whether or not to ban circumcision in the city.

Defenders of the measure say it’s all about “human rights” and “protecting babies” from unnecessary procedures.

But critics suspected there was something vaguely anti-Semitic about the whole proposal, since among Jews (and Muslims, as well) circumcising male babies is a religious duty, not just a mistaken medical procedure.

Ban proponents insisted their proposal had nothing to do with Jews — really, it’s all about the rights of children.

So, really, this has nothing to do with not liking Jews!  Oh, wait.  Because now there is the issue of ...Foreskin Man!

Yes, you really are seeing that.

The author of the anti-circumcision referendum is Matthew Hess.  San Francisco Chronicle's Debra Saunders talked to Hess:

His website, mgmbill.org -- which pushes "a bill to end male genital mutilation in the United States" --also pushes his literature and merchandise starring "Foreskin Man," shown here at right.

The star cover image of his comic book shows a dark, bearded rabbi looming over a naked baby laying on a pool table, as a superheo appears ready to save the child.

Saunders asked Hess if his comic is anti-Semitic. His answer: "A lot of people have said that, but we're not trying to be anti-Semitic. We're trying to be pro-human rights."

See? No worries! No anti-Semitism here!

Wait.  Is Aryan guy calling the mohel a monster?

Well, yes, I guess he is.  Or am I overreacting?

Okay maybe not.

And Zombie has a few more disturbing pics -- click here.

We also have the the movie poster!

One last thing…
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