Cutting Young Girls Isn’t Religious Freedom – The Wall Street Journal

Earlier this year, a 7-year-old girl from Minnesota entered an examination room at a clinic just outside of Detroit. Thinking this was a regular visit, she allowed the doctor to remove her pants and underwear and place her on the examination table. Suddenly, while two women in the clinic held her hands, the physician spread her legs and cut her clitoris. Two months later she told investigators the pain ran down to her ankles and she could barely walk.

In April Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, who allegedly performed the procedure, was charged with conspiracy to commit female genital mutilation. Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, the owner of the since-closed clinic, was also charged. Investigators suspect Ms. Nagarwala may be involved in 100 other cases, and the trial starts in October. This marks the first time a female genital mutilation case is going to federal court. The lawyers for the Michigan physician will argue the girl “underwent a benign religious procedure.” This is a dangerous hypocrisy with far-reaching consequences.

Read more here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/cutting-young-girls-isnt-religious-freedom-1503617269

3 Comments

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  3. Gloria Preston says:

    Religion is designed to comfort, not to terrorize. It is meant to show forth the love of God for what he has made, not to restrict or destroy what He loves. This is so wrong. Those involved should be punished and set an example so that others will fear to repeat such an offensive act.

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