A Chabad mohel from northern Israel was suspended by a committee composed of
representatives of the Chief Rabbinate, the Ministry of Religious
Services, and the Health Ministry on
The mohel's work was called into question when it
was discovered that some of his circumcisions had not properly removed
the entire foreskin and families were reported to have taken their sons
to doctors in order to "finish the job."
Although the mohel was
suspended, the Rabbinate ruled that all of the previous circumcisions
performed by the mohel are considered kosher.