Circumcision is an integral part of Judaism. That being said, there really isn't an "inspection" to verify someone is circumcised. Unless the individual is a convert, there isn't a circumstance I'm aware of where the Rabbis "verify" someone has been circumcised. We take everyone's word for it.
That brings me to my hypothetical question.
A husband and wife are married and they engage in relations once the ceremony and events have been finished.
In this moment, the wife comes to the realization that her husband has never been circumcised. While he is Jewish and comes from a Jewish mother, the family never had him circumcised (this is a hypothetical so we can just say it was because they disagreed with circumcision like many secular folks do)
What is a wife supposed to do in such a situation?
- Is the wedding considered valid?
- Is she supposed to tell the Rabbi?
- Is she forbidden from having relations with him?
What exactly is the wife suppose to do in such a situation?