Hello User:Mayer's I have corrected and revised your additions, in the light of the overall theme and structure of the article in question. Please only add reliable material with reliable/acceptable secondary sources/references, and if in doubt please consult on the article's Talk Page. ThanksHamneto (talk) 04:00, 9 November 2012 (UTC)Hamneto
Circumcision in Islam[change source]
Thanks for your kind assistance in this article.
In the Quran male and female circumcision in any Sura or Ayet is not mentioned.
As Muslims, according to the Sunnah of the Prophet (the Hadith say we have to judge), is the circumcision of boys in childhood is not like the Jews on 8 Day is necessary.
Circumcision in Judaism and Islam may be very similar but still different in meaning.
In Judaism, the circumcision of male infants is on the 8th day after birth, even if it falls on a Shabbat a mandatory must, but it represents is the inclusion in the covenant of God, which was made with Abraham.
But further and more especially, on the circumstance that the Colchians, the Egyptians, and the Ethiopians (Nubians) , are the only nations who have practised circumcision from the earliest times.
Listen dear User:Mayer's -- you seem to be going in circles, if you please dont mind my saying so. The above points have been discussed a dozen times and I have now also again answered you on the article talk page. The points about the Nubians Egyptians etc are not directly relevant to the topic and the rest is already incorporated in the article per se, and explained in detail w r to majority, accepted Islamic practice of male circumcision at this time. I hope that you have read and understand this point? Please, enough has been said about this same old point and lets not go over it again, thanks, and please dont add this repetitive stuff to the article, only if there is anything fresh or productive to say in line with accepted Islamic practice. Please remember (a)that Wikipedia is not a place for expressing 'fringe' opinions or pseudo-opinions or hoaxes etc but for expressing objective views in line with accepted and real facts and the consensus ideas and doctrines etc and (b) Wikipedia is also not a place for personal advocacy of any group or groups or activities. If you have any problem with male circumcision (female circumcision is out of the question) which is an accepted Islamic and Judaic/Abrahamic majority practice, please find another public forum or advocacy group to further your aims/goals. Dont try to air them here to the detriment of productive work thanks v much, and regards Hamneto (talk) 04:30, 10 November 2012 (UTC)Hamneto
Alternative accounts[change source]
My dear User:Mayer's hello again! Just a bit of helpful advice. I was reading through the history of the above-mentioned article and went back over it and Im sorry to say this, but it comes to mind that (a) your language and linguistic expression and even (b) points/topics of interest/materials seem to be almost similar to User:Faulknerck2 and some other blcoked users User:Magnolia and User:Dilek2 ? I accept you in Good faith' but at the same time, feel sufficiently worried to also advise you that if you are one editor/user with multiple accounts, please, make sure to let the Admins here know--then you can register all your accounts and verify them and use them legitimately. Else, having more than one account and using them for negative/non-productive purposes, vandalism or similar unacceptable activity, is a bad thing here according to Wiki policy/rules. Do you understand that please? Again, I would strongly advise you inform Admins about all your existing accounts and register them all and verify, thanks Hamneto (talk) 05:04, 10 November 2012 (UTC)Hamneto