"Children have a right not to have their religion changed without their knowledge. Since they are still incapable of forming an opinion, it is the role of the state to protect their right not to have their religion changed, and to protect them from attempts of this kind." The sophistry is strong here. Since the rabbis admit that children have rights, When they don't have knowledge and are incapable of forming an opinion, they can not have a religion. They then have a right not to have one irrevocably imposed on their bodies. As the rabbis say, it is the role of the state to protect them, even from their parents and their parents' community.
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