roasted Mila (also: Mila, Mila advised; Hebrew Berith: Federation, Mila: Cutting) is the partial distance of the foreskin of the male member (see Zirkumzision). In the Judentum as entrance into the federation with God outstandingly. ThisFederation was received God after Jewish excessive quantity with Abraham (and its family); therefore also as abrahamitischer federation designates.
In Jewish history roasted Mila was one of the Jewish customs, which were most strongly pursued. Under not-Jewish rule often stood on cutting boysthe death penalty, among other things because it in the anti-Jewish Polemik was equated with castration. This was one of the methods to suppress Jewish customs in hope that the Jews then the world view of its environment, D. h. the Romans, which Christians or communism assumebecame. Also under the Soviet regime most Jewish boys for these reasons were not cut.
Those roasted Mila takes place on the respected life day boys. If the baby is weak or kränklich, it is shifted.
It should be noted that also a baby alreadyPain-feel has. At least a local beta exercise is recommended with babies with cutting therefore urgently.
The Mila effected with different Jewish benediction sayings and is valid only in connection with these. Also each male Proselyt must be able to be cut before the crossing (also in the liberal Judentum). The Mila is accomplished by a Mohel, i.e. a specialist trained for cutting. This is generally a physician; in addition, there are Mohalim, which are not physicians. The training as the Mohel takes several years. Statistics show that with cutting, ofMohalim to be accomplished, a substantially smaller risk exists than with cutting by physicians without this special training. (There in the USA a great many boys for aesthetic reasons, under which pretext of the hygiene and disease prevention, are cut, are present such comparative data.) the risk of complications sinkswith the degree ´Ausgewachsenseins´ the cutting.
With older boys, who cross with their family to the Judentum, in the liberal Judentum is weighed out in each case whether cutting for psychological reasons should be shifted around some years.
After more liberal view also someone than Jew can be recognized,that is not at all cut or with simply by a physician the foreskin was removed. Crucially for the Jewish identity is usually the descent of a Jewish nut/mother. Is nevertheless cutting until today in the Judentum extraordinarily common.
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