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Brit Milah
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Brit milah (Hebrew: בְרִית מִילָה [bə'rīt mī'lā] literally: "covenant [of] circumcision"), also berit milah (Sephardi), bris milah (Ashkenazi pronunciation) or bris (Yiddish) is a religious ceremony within Judaism that welcomes infant Jewish boys into a covenant between God and the Children of Israel through ritual circumcision performed by a mohel ("circumcisor") in the presence of family and friends, followed by a celebratory meal (seudat mitzvah).


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Jewish Bris: Mazal Tov!


Jewish Bris: Mazal Tov!

You have been blessed with a newborn child, a brand new link in the golden chain of the Jewish People stretching back over three thousand years. What a joy! As we are occupied with providing for the newborn's physical needs we are also obligated to concern ourselves with his or her spiritual needs. This circumcision website will help familiarize you with the concepts and procedures pertaining to the important mitzvah of Brit Milah Ritual circumcision. Although this site is fairly comprehensive, it is not an exhaustive study on the matter. For that you should seek the counsel of an ordained Rabbi or certified Mohel.

It's a Boy!

When God gave the Torah to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai it was the Jewish children who stood as the guarantors in carrying the Torah into future generations. Indeed, the primary obligation for most time-bound mitzvot falls to the man, for the woman is occupied with and immersed in the Jewish education of her children and this responsibility surpasses the obligation of most time-bound mitzvot. The first mitzvah experienced by the newborn boy is his Brit Milah, the ritual circumcision. It is through this highly significant ceremony that the child enters into the Covenant of our forefather Abraham and is given his Hebrew name, cementing an irrevocable bond between him and his Jewish soul.

It's a Girl!

Throughout the ages our tradition has held the Jewish woman in the greatest esteem. Our Sages taught us that women are more similar to the Creator than men. Just as God created the earth, it is the woman who bears children. Just as God provides the world with its sustenance, it is the woman who embodies the nurturing nature so vital for sustaining life. And it is the Jewish mother who conveys the Jewish status and birthright upon her child, ensuring the future of the entire Jewish people. Tradition tells us that a newborn girl is considered "complete" with regard to the spiritual benefits attained through a Brit Milah. However, the customs regarding pregnancy and birth are equally related.

Source: Mazal Tov!


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