100s of Girls In U.S. Town Left With One SICK Thing In Common After What Muslim Secretly Did

And once again the so-called Religion of Peace strikes.

This time we are getting multiple reports of female genitalia mutilation in the area of Detroit Michigan, otherwise known as “Little Bagdad.” Because we know the drill, “Diversity.”

Detroit area prosecutors allege that as many as 100 girls could have undergone genital mutilation procedures at a Detroit-area clinic, but that no one really can know an exact number. The clinic that is run by a couple, Fakhruddin and Farida Attar, were both charged in April with female genital mutilation of a minor and conspiracy to defraud the United States government. A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Attars could be freed on $10,000 unsecured bond. Not enough if you ask me.

Theses unprecedented charges provide a rare window to a practice which has been outlawed in the United States for over two decades now. But since we all know Muslims don’t really care much about western laws. It seems to still be a frequent practice in areas where there are heavy Muslim populations.

Female Genital Mutilation Explained:

Millions of little girls and young women have been subjected to a painful rite of passage that involves cutting their genitals — often without anesthesia — for centuries in parts of Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

In some cultures and religions, it’s believed that female genital mutilation preserves a girl’s chastity, making her a more desirable marriage partner, and improving hygiene and fertility.

But there are no health benefits to the practice, according to the World Health Organization. For most of the girls, it brings only pain, cysts, scars, infections, and problems with urination and childbirth. It also leads to a higher risk of infant death and psychological trauma.
Human rights organizations widely condemn the practice, not only for the health risks but also because of the underlying injustice.

“It reflects deep-rooted inequality between the sexes and constitutes an extreme form of discrimination against women,” the WHO says on its website. “It is nearly always carried out on minors and is a violation of the rights of children. The practice also violates a person’s rights to health, security and physical integrity, the right to be free from torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, and the right to life when the procedure results in death.”

When it’s performed abroad, often midwives or trained circumcisers travel among villages to perform female genital mutilation en masse, using and reusing knives, razors and scissors without sterilization. There often are celebrations that include singing, gifts and food.

More than 200 million girls and women alive today have been cut in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, according to WHO, and the procedure is most commonly performed on girls who range in age from infancy to 15.

The practice can take many forms, and may involve removing only a portion of the external genitalia, such as the clitoris and labia minora, or it can involve the removal of most of the external genitalia and a narrowing of the vaginal opening or other harmful procedures such as scraping, pricking, piercing or cauterizing the genitals.

Although it’s now against federal law to practice female genital mutilation in the U.S., Reviews in Obstetrics & Gynecology reported that American obstetricians performed clitoridectomies on lesbians until the 1960s and on women diagnosed with erotomania, hysteria and clitoral enlargement.

It’s also now against the law to knowingly take a girl out of the U.S. to have genital mutilation performed elsewhere. Since 1995, 24 states have enacted anti-genital mutilation laws, though Michigan is not among them, according to the AHA Foundation.

The foundation, which was created by women’s rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who suffered female genital mutilation as a girl in her native Somalia, suggests that even with the federal laws in place, it’s important for states to have laws banning the practice.
“In addition to giving prosecutors additional tools to use to prosecute cases, it also sends a strong message that this harmful practice is not tolerated here,” said Amanda Parker, senior director of the AHA Foundation.

“Until now, there had been no prosecutions under FGM laws to date, but other laws have been used to punish families who cut their daughters. In 2006, a father in Georgia was convicted of battery and cruelty for removing his daughter’s clitoris and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. He was recently deported after serving his sentence. In 2010, a mother in Georgia was charged with FGM after her 10-year-old daughter was found to have been cut.”

Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, 44, of Northville, an emergency room doctor at Henry Ford Hospital, is presumed to be the first to be charged under federal law with a female genital mutilation crime on U.S. soil. She is accused of performing genital mutilation on multiple 6- to 8-year-old girls as part of a religious and cultural practice at a medical clinic in Livonia.

Parker said it’s difficult to know how many girls and women have undergone genital mutilation in the U.S. because it’s a private ritual that usually occurs within the secrecy of a family.

But the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated in 2014 that 513,000 women and girls in America had either undergone the procedure or were at risk for genital mutilation — a number that doubled since 2000. The estimates have been on the rise, Parker said, because of an influx of immigrants from countries where female genital mutilation is common.

“The increase in FGM in the U.S. is almost entirely, if not entirely, due to the increase in immigrants from countries where FGM is practiced,” Parker said. “Somalia, Egypt, Sudan and others all have very high rates of FGM with more than 90% of girls in each country undergoing this abusive practice.

“In the U.S., FGM is either performed in secret or girls are taken to their families’ country of origin for the procedure. This is a practice referred to as ‘vacation cutting,’ as it is typically done during school holidays so as not to bring attention to girls being absent from school in order to heal.”

You would think that by now every American Feminist would be raising hell over this and protesting constantly on every street corner they can manage to get on. But no, they aren’t, instead, they would rather protect the rights they already have because the person they wanted didn’t win an election. We know the drill by now. It’s all about hypocrisy on the left. Meanwhile, young Muslim girls suffer while fat, ugly and stupid Liberal women protest for free abortions and $7 Birth Control. Which are both something they already have but will never need because 95% haven’t been touched by a man for at least the past decade.

When did American start pandering to every to bit cult who wants to call its self a religion and stop being a “Melting Pot.” One where people from all areas would come together and bring their culture while also assimilating to ours? These people are savages and it’s about damn time we started to acknowledge this fact.

It’s about damn time we started to vet who we bring into this great nation. If not she won’t be great for much longer.

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