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Topic - Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger
"The suspicion of excessive surveillance of communication is so alarming that it cannot be ignored," she wrote, Politico reported.
"Circumcision has never been questioned in the past," she said. "It is about fundamental questions and different values. The question is what part of religious practice is also part of the right to physical integrity."