A birth of a child is a joyous time, and for those who celebrate the bris, the naming of the baby in the context of the fulfillment of a great mitzvah provides an emotional tide that many people are not used to experiencing all at once.
As a result, the subsequent sharing of "simcha" is so natural, social media aficionados quickly have photos and FB live videos on their profiles shortly after (or during!) the bris.
Enter the warning. There are cruel people who want to take away your joy and call everything you hold dear into question through calling you nasty names on social media for exercising your right as a parent to raise your child the way you want, which includes choosing to circumcise him according to your faith.
The simplest thing to do is BLOCK and BAN. There is no benefit to engaging these people in conversation. In all honesty, they're not looking to have a conversation. They're just attack mosquitoes and they are relentless. So, free yourself from their awfulness (they don't even congratulate you on the birth of your baby!) and just block and ban. Block and ban.
Or turn your settings to friends only. That also works.
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