Q. Can an uncircumcised Jewish male be buried in a Jewish ceremony?
A. Yes – but since circumcision is an essential part of Jewish identity the Chevra Kadisha, when preparing the body for burial, usually carries out a quiet, basic circumcision and remove the foreskin (without b’rachot or ceremony) if they see that the person has never had a b’rit milah. However, the number of Jewish babies whose parents do not give them a circumcision is very small.