Uncircumcised men are eight times as
likely to become infected with HIV than circumcised
men, according to a study of nearly 2,300 men in India
released on Thursday.
A researcher at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine suggested that the inner surface of
the foreskin does not have the same protective layer
as the outside, and is potentially more vulnerable to
Yes sir , the main reason being the extra skin that hangs around does not get cleaned well even while washing and some of the dirty discharge remains behind that softy skins and over a period of time , this turns into infection and many times deadly.,
that is why "khatna" or circumcision was made necessary for health and to safeguard from harmful infections.
the big question is , how did prophet mohammed (p.b.u.h) know it 1430 years back when there was no science and he was also unlettered. this is divine knowledge that can be possessed by true prophets only and goes on to show the purity of religioon and the trueness in it
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Well, the very well known fact is, either you have cut the foreskin or Not, if you get in to sexual contact with infected person, you are sure to get HIV, what ever you do to spread religion od its belief please dont play with the AIDS awareness of the society