Friday, June 3, 2011

Anti-Semitic circumcision comic book circulating in San Francisco

With the San Francisco circumcision law looming, a new comic book has been created with disturbing images -- including dark, evil-looking rabbis and a blonde superhero saving babies from their clutches.

The comic book, created by Matthew Hess, is considered to be highly anti-Semitic. However, Hess told the San Francisco Chronicle that he’s not trying to be anti-Semitic, rather, “trying to be pro-human rights."

In the comic, called Foreskin Man, the cover displays an evil looking rabbi looming over a naked baby, as a blond superhero is getting ready to save the child.

Hess has also created other comics featuring more Jewish villains, including his upcoming comic that will introduce the “Monster Mohel.”

A Mohel is a person qualified to perform the Jewish rite of circumcision, and is considered a holy job.

However, in a description taken from the upcoming comic, the Mohel is described as a soulless monster, who thrives on the flesh of baby boys.

"Nothing excites Monster Mohel more than cutting into the infantile penile flesh of an eight day old boy."

The addition of these comic books is sure to add fuel to the fire, as the voters of San Francisco must vote for or against the banning of circumcision.

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