A video of a Virginia Imam is quickly going viral because of what the Imam says. During the video, you can hear him say that he vows to mutilate female’s genitalia. He says it in such a calm manner, it can almost make you sick.
He goes on to explain how if performed correctly, it will stop “hypersexuality” whilst preserving “female sensuality.” But even with all the explanations, you must admit it’s a barbaric practice for the purpose of controlling women and it should never be accepted. This is the video:
Shaker Elsayed, Imam of Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque in Fairfax County, VA, Endorses FGM: It Prevents Girls from Becoming Hypersexually Active pic.twitter.com/DoMtvQHz9G
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Female Genital Mutilation is horrendous and it could scar a woman for life. But, it’s normal in the Muslim world. As a way to keep the girl from becoming sexually promiscuous, Muslim remove the young girl’s outer genitalia and they leave only a small hole so the girl can urinate.
Two Detroit doctors are facing charges for participating in this terrible practice. If convicted, they could be sent to prison for just five years, which is less than needed for such an act.
According to reports made by The Detroit Free Press on Thursday, Dr. Jumana Nagarwala and two others last week represents the first federal female genital mutilation investigation in United States history. FGM is common in the Islamic world and it involves removing varying amounts of the victim’s — usually a pre-pubescent girl — clitoris, labia majoria, and labia minora. After the procedure, the girl has only a tiny hole from which to urinate and menstruate.
Dr. Nagarwala, Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, and his wife, Farida Attar have been accused of doing the procedure. One of the victims said that she screamed in pain as she Dr. Nargawala operated between her legs and that she was barely able to walk as she left the clinic. After the complaint was made, Doctors working with the FBI found that both seven-year-olds’ genitals were “abnormal looking” with “scar tissue” and “small healing lacerations.”
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