Israeli Scholar–Circumcision of baby boys dramatically increases risk of sudden infant death (SIDS) syndrome

ed note–it is a no brainer, or at least it should be, that taking an edged metal weapon to the most sensitive part of a baby boy’s body is going to produce mental and psychological trauma that will result in mental health issues later in life and partly explains–in addition to the backwards and debilitating protocols found within Judaism itself–why there is such a higher percentage of mental health issues within the Jewish community as compared to other groups.

It is also no mystery why there has been ‘anti-Shemitism’ throughout history when Jewish behavioral problems–sourced in part by the trauma experienced during and after circumcision–clash with otherwise normal and psychologically well-adjusted societies where this brutal form of sexual mutilation does no take place. It is also interesting to note how English-speaking societies where this backwards and perverse procedure is most performed also happen to be those nations that in the last century have exhibited the most favorable attitudes towards Jews and towards the Jewish state and have been the most visible force militarily in fighting Israel’s wars for her in the Middle East.


Eran Elhaik of the University of Sheffield published a study last month stating that the global perseverance of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, and non-medical circumcision of very young boys “are strongly and significantly correlated.”

The study is titled “Adversarial childhood events are associated with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.”

English-speaking countries practice significantly more non-medical circumcision of boys than other countries and “have significantly higher SIDS prevalence than non-Anglophones,” states the study, which was published last month on the website Biorxiv.

Hugo Heymans, one of the Netherlands’ foremost pediatricians who for decades had worked at the Amsterdam Academic Medical Center, dismissed Elhaik’s study as “flawed, biased and unreliable,” the Reformatorisch Dagblad daily reported earlier this week.

“Jewish parents have nothing to worry about,” said Heymans, who is himself Jewish.

The study is not Elhaik’s first controversy involving Jews. In 2016, he and a colleague published a study suggesting that today’s Ashkenazi Jews originate from converts to Judaism in what today is Turkey. Leading scholars of Ashkenazi Jewry dismissed that study as flawed and unsubstantiated.

Elhaik’s PhD, earned at the University of Houston in 2009, is in molecular evolution.

The circumcision study’s results are based on data from 15 countries and over 40 US states during the years 1999-2016. Elhaik’s team looked at the relationships between SIDS and what the researchers said were two common causes of stress in very young infants: male neonatal circumcision and premature birth.

In the United States, circumcision accounted for some 14.2 percent of the prevalence of SIDS in males, the researchers wrote, adding that this is “reminiscent of the Jewish myth of Lilith, the killer of infant males.”

In a tweet, Elhaik asserts that the myth of Lilith — a female demon who is sometimes blamed for the death of infants — is based on Jews’ “unconscious” fear of SIDS associated with circumcision. Fear of SIDS “is why Jews don’t trim boys’ hairs until” age three, he tweeted, cited a haredi Orthodox custom. “They try to pass boys as girls to trick #Lilith because they knew that girls die less than boys.”

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the most common cause of postneonatal infant death. The allostatic load hypothesis posits that SIDS is the result of perinatal cumulative painful, stressful, or…

SIDS rates are significantly lower in US states where Hispanic people make up more than eight percent of the population, the researcher wrote. Circumcision is relatively rare in Latin America.

Heymans noted that Elhaik’s study does not take into account the potential impact of additional factors that may influence SIDS. “There are many social-economic differences between Hispanics and White Americans, as well as different eating habits” that are not factored in Elhaik’s study, Heymans said.

SIDS prevalence was the lowest in the Netherlands, with 0.06 deaths per 1,000 births, and highest in the United States, with 0.82 deaths. According to the World Health Organization, at least 61% of American circumcise their children. In the Netherlands, where only Muslims and Jews tend to perform the procedure, that figure is lower than five % of the population.

Jews typically have boys circumcised when they are eight days old. Among Muslims, circumcision mostly occurs later in childhood but before the child enters adolescence. SIDS can occur only during the child’s first year of life.

In 2014, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended circumcision as a means of reducing HIV contraction. In 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics stated that the health benefits of newborn male circumcision outweigh the risks, but the benefits are not great enough to recommend universal newborn circumcision.

But the children’s ombudsmen of all Scandinavian countries said in 2014 that circumcision of boys violates their human rights needlessly because it does not provide proven medical benefits, according to several studies.

The custom of circumcision of boys is under attack in Western Europe. Left-wing activists cite children’s rights issues and right-wing critics say circumcision is a foreign import that should be limited.

  1. #1 by Mike on 08/20/2018 - 9:34

    I’m in the UK and am aware that my brother (born 1959) was circumcised (then accepted practice) but 18 months later when my parents enquired about getting me mutilated, the doctors said ‘no, we don’t do that anymore’. More recently my daughter was chatting to an American (non-jewish) who disparagingly referred to British men as ‘Anteaters’ – I assume based on the physical resemblance between said animal and the intact penis.

    Personally, I believe that the practice continues, especially in the USA because of the jewish domination of the medical profession, media (positive PR), politicians etc. On a wider sphere why is FGM (female genital mutilation) criticised but not male circumcision/MGM?

  2. #2 by AprilsAngels on 08/20/2018 - 9:34

    There is a documentary about how circumcision turned from a jewish practice to an american practice. Interesting theory you have on why it has been an american tradition.

  3. #3 by James Benn on 08/20/2018 - 9:34

    Why is this ‘debate’ taking place at all?

    Oh of course … because “In 2014, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended circumcision as a means of reducing HIV contraction.”

    How very wise of them. Because, you see, you never know if your son is going to turn ‘gay’ or not. So it’s better to err on the side of caution and have the circumcision performed as soon as you can book the rabbinicalist to do it, bare teeth ‘n all. Presumably the removal of the foreskin prevents a build-up of fecal matter which may in turn lead to HIV and AIDS!

    And sadly, yes, HIV is a ‘gay’ problem. Despite all the excitement with which it was first announced, it has not spread far into the wider population. Despite the best efforts of ‘educators’ in north amerikee to prep children as young as 5 for the joys of the anal sex they may expect to enjoy in the coming years.

    But how did Jewes 4000 years ago know about the AIDS epidemic to come? And how did they know to take preventive measures so far in advance? This displays an almost incredible prescience. I am staring to form a very different opinion of the extraordinary wisdom of their rabbinical elites.

    Yet the children’s ombudsmen of all Scandinavian countries apparently said in recently as 2014 “that circumcision of boys violates their human rights needlessly because it does not provide proven medical benefits, according to several studies”. Human rights? Poppycock! How extraordinarily unenlightened. I mean, are they not expecting their own sons to go ‘gay’?!

    Of course there is another theory as to the roots of the Jeweish practice of genital mutilation in boys just 8 days old. Less to do with protecting them against the consequences of homosexuality … and more to do with trauma-based mind control. You see, if they survive the trauma at all, they are cult members for life. There’s only one way out … and that’s feet first.

    Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing?
    Where have all the flowers gone, long time ago?
    Where have all the flowers gone?
    Young girls picked them every one
    When will they ever learn?
    When will they ever learn?
    – (((Peter))), (((Paul))) & (((Mary)))

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