Here's a lengthy rebuttal to the infocirc site:http://www.circumstitions.com/Morris.html
Brian Morris has been promoting circumcision for years. He is about as far as one can get from "unbiased"!
Medicirc comes from Edgar Schoen, who is so taken with circumcision that he writes poetry about it. Again, hardly an unbiased source. The last link is an article by Dr Schoen.
All you need is a little bit of common sense.
Circumcision reduces the risk of UTIs? But boys already have a very low risk of UTIs (compared to girls). Breastfeeding reduces their risk even further. And if an intact boy gets a UTI? He receives EXACTLY the same treatment that a girl or circumcised boy would get.
Circumcision reduces the risk of penile cancer? Not according to the Americal Cancer Society. They recommend good hygiene, safe sex, and not smoking to reduce penile cancer risk. And to put it in persoective: our sons are more likely to get breast cancer than penile cancer. How many men do you know with breast cancer?
Circumcision reduces the risk of STDs? Guess what? Our baby boys are not sexually active, and already have ZERO risk of STDs! Of our sons believe that circumcision will somehow protect them from STDs, they have every right to get circumcised later. Also consider the high rates of STDs in the US, where the vast majority of sexually active males are circumcised. Obviously circumcision does not offer very much protection, and suggeseting that it offers any protection at ALL is highly dangerous, if it leads men to forego condoms.
What your DH's links do NOT include (which is another huge clue to just how biased they are) are the risks and harms of circumcision. 100% of circumcised baby boys forever lose a sensitive, specialized part of their penis, and can never get it back. Sure, a circumcised penis can still function, but it does NOT operate the way it was designed to.
Immediate risks include hemmorage, infection, and amputation of the glans or even the entire penis. Later complications include adhesions (where the remaining foreskin tries to heal itself back onto the glans) and meatal stenosis (which sometimes requires surgery to correct). Every year, a few normal, healthy baby boys DIES from circumcision complications. No baby ever died from having a foreskin.
Tell him to show you just one medical organization that recommends infant circumcision, and then you might consider it (don't worry, he won't).
Hugs and best wishes to you!