ROFL. Even your own stated numbers aren't highly in favor of male infant circumcision.
"Global estimates in 2006 suggest that about 30% of males – representing a total of approximately665 million men – are circumcised." - and the caveats include - "ethnic-ity, perceived health and sexual benefits, and the desire to conform to socio-cultural norms" (emphases mine)
All THEM 'caveats' for 30% of the males on this planet??!!
Yup! Sounds like a ringing endoresment to me!
Almost NONE of the countries you posted say anything about ROUTINE NON-RELIGIOUS infant circumcision in non-predominantly muslim/jewish areas [e.g.: "Male circumcision is common in many African countries and is almost universal in North Africaand most of West Africa. In contrast it is less common in southern Africa" - i.e., it's greater in areas where there is a greater Muslim population *shocking*]
" Male circumcision in Africa isundertaken for mainly religious and cultural reasons."
Really?! No kidding!
So folks there cut men and women for religious/cultural reasons! Who wudda thunk!
"During the 20th century, male circumcision gained popularity for perceived health benefits andsocial reasons in North America, New Zealand and Europevi,vii. Neonatal and childhood male cir-cumcision rates in the United States of America rose to about 80% in the 1960s with prevalenceremaining high (between 76%-92%) todayviii. In contrast, Australiaix, Canadax, and the UnitedKingdomxi have seen a decline in male circumcision. In Central and South America male circumci-sion is uncommon (less than 20%)xii,xiii. " WHO | Male circumcision information package""
So male infant circumcision rose to a peak during the 1960s because of the PERCEIVED health benefits but SINCE THEN the rest of the Western world dropped outta the trend of circumcising their young boys for non-religious reasons --- EXCEPT the United States.
You might want to re-read the "facts" that you just posted.
I wonder why....
And which countries are those I wonder??
Nobody who disagrees with infant male circumcision has said anything otherwise.
Most folks who disagree with infant male circumcision opposse it for reasons of it being "routine", "cosmetic" and other non-medical/religious reasons...