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The picture where the Perforation makes the circumcision to Eliezer

is a ritual practice that is performed in some Jewish communities as part of the circumcision ceremony known as brit milah. The procedure is performed by a trained mohel, a person specially trained in the surgical procedure. During the brit milah ceremony, the mohel will perform the circumcision on the baby boy. This involves removing the foreskin of the penis, which is seen as a symbol of the covenant between God and the Jewish people. The mohel will use a special sharp instrument called a "perforator" to make a small cut in the foreskin. This is followed by a second cut with a surgical knife to completely remove the foreskin. The perforator is used to ensure that the cut is precise and clean. Some Jewish communities also have a ceremony where the mohel then sucks the blood from the wound to complete the ritual. This practice is controversial and is not done in all Jewish communities. The circumcision ritual is seen as a way to welcome the baby boy into the Jewish community and to fulfill the commandment given in the Torah to circumcise all males on the eighth day after birth. It is also believed to have health benefits and to strengthen the connection between the baby and his Jewish identity.