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The child's interests and the case for the permissibility of male infant circumcision
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    The Universality of Human Rights
    • George Hill, Vice-President
    • Other Contributors:
      • John V. Geisheker, J. D., LL.M.

    Mazor proposes to deny core human rights to boys born into Jewish homes on the basis of their birth and sex, which is a violation of core principles of international human rights law.1

    The universality of human rights is a core principle - that everyone has the same human rights without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin,...

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