Female genital mutilation (FGM) or clitoridectomy is an Islamic tradition, rampant in the Muslim world. Over 96% of the women in Egypt have been clitoridectomized. Back in 2008, devout members of the Egyptian parliament have made female genital mutilation (circumcision) legal again in Egypt.
We see an increase in the misogynistic horror in Western countries with Muslim immigration. Imams state emphatically that it is an Islamic right. And a Texas Imam, Main Al-Qudah, has issued a call to action to support clitoridectomies.
In the UK, clitoridectomies are at an all time high. And don’t think that the US is safe. Back in 2010, I reported the shocking news that the Academy of Pediatrics would sanction clitorectomies and begin to practice this barbaric mutilation in a multicultural, dhimmi effort — a “nick,” as it were — to appease Muslims in the U.S.
In a stunning capitulation to the islamization of America, the medical profession seemed to have lost its moral compass and any semblance of goodness and morality — in the name of “tolerance and multicultural” poison.
Of course, it would not have had the effect these nudnik do-gooders imagined. It would have had just the opposite effect. Islamic misogyny would have been given the seal of approval by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Whatever their twisted intention, such consideration was unfathomable to decent, reasoned human beings (let alone ………..doctors). These do-gooder butchers responded to public outrage (first do no harm!) and withdrew the resolution.
There was uniform protest by counter jihadists and other human rights groups to withdraw the American Pediatric Academy’s FGM resolution. And it was withdrawn. Muslim girls across America were saved in the nick of time ….
The courts are protecting this savage’s identity.
“Father in court charged with organising infant daughter’s circumcision,” Emma Page, The Australian, January 28, 2014
A MAN who has been charged with organising the female circumcision of his nine-month-old daughter in Indonesia almost two years ago faced Manly Local Court today.
The man, 29, who recently relocated from NSW to Victoria with his family, cannot be identified for legal reasons.
Manly Local Court Magistrate William Brydon granted the suppression order, which forbids the publication of the names of the accused, his wife and the victim.
According to documents tendered to the court, police allege the accused took his infant daughter to Jakarta, Indonesia in 2012 so she could undergo female circumcision, wihch is known in the west as genital mutilation.
NSW Police were alerted to the incident after the child’s mother took her to a doctor about six months later.
Following investigations, an officer from the Sex Crimes Command, Detective Kelly Barby arrested the accused at 11am on 31 December 2013.
He was charged later that day at Dee Why Police Station.
The man is yet to enter a plea and will remain on bail until he appears in Downing Centre Local Court on March 25.
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