I'm not sure of your meaning in the above statements. I don't believe that the rites of the Jewish religion involve the use of human blood in a sacrifice, and I don't believe that there is any plausible evidence that they do. The only thing along those lines that I've ever read of is what is sometimes called the blood libel. Here's what Wikipedia says about that:
--"Blood libel" (numerical citations omitted) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_libel
Wikipedia's explanation, shown above, coincides with what I've read concerning rumors about Jews and the blood of humans (on those few occasions when I've read about such things), and as the term "libel" indicates, there is no believable evidence that such acts have taken place. This accusation has been thoroughly discredited. Additionally, I've never read or heard that the accusation had anything to do with circumcision.
Further down, the above-referenced Wikipedia article goes on to say:
(numerical citation omitted) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_lib ... _sacrifice
The circumcision of non-Jews and non-Muslims is common in the United States, and it's fairly common in some other Western countries. I'm not Jewish or Muslim, and I'm circumcised. My father (1916-1995) was not Jewish or Muslim, and he was circumcised.
This is taken from a Wikipedia article on circumcision:
--"Circumcision" (numerical citation omitted; asterisks indicate omission of text) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circumcision#Prevalence
Concerning the United States, this is from another Wikipedia article:
--"Prevalence of circumcision" (numerical citations omitted) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prevalenc ... ted_States
I presume by your outrage that you didn't intend to suggest that, but with all respect, I think I can see how someone might draw such an inference from the statement below, given that the statement is being made in a discussion of the Nazis, which generally gives rise to thoughts of Nazi atrocities, including atrocities against Jews:
Kiwi, I mean no disrespect to you personally in anything that I've written in this post.