Detroit: Muslim Doctor Charged With Vaginal Mutilation of Nine Girls Aged Just Seven ‘Was Part of Secret Muslim Network Which Traveled Across US to Perform Agonizing Procedure,’ Court Hears

American Muslim doctors have managed to evade prosecution for this heinous butchery as the West continues to invert itself morally and culturally in order to adhere to sharia (Islamic law).

Female genital mutilation (FGM) or clitoridectomy is an Islamic tradition, rampant in the Muslim world. As the hijrah to the West continues, so does the insistence that we adopt Islamic mores and traditions,  no matter how horrific.

More than 500,000 girls in the US are at risk of this mutilating ‘procedure’.

Muslim doctors arrested in Minnesota for cutting girls are using a ‘religious defense’.

Female genital mutilation (FGM) or clitoridectomy is an Islamic tradition, rampant in the Muslim world. Hadiths have Muhammad justifying it. 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. With the advent of increased Muslim immigration, this has become a pressing issue here in America. Campaigns like the one described here are foredoomed to failure, because they don’t address the Islamic roots of the problem.

The American Academy of Pediatrics proposed a resolution to begin to practice this barbaric mutilation in a multicultural, dhimmi effort — a “nick” they euphemtically called it. This would have given clitoridectomy the seal of approval by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

There was uniform protest by my colleagues, counter-jihadists and other human rights groups to withdraw the American Pediatric Academy’s FGM resolution. And it withdrew the resolution. Some Muslim girls across America were saved in the nick of time ….

Whatever their twisted intention, such consideration was unfathomable to decent, reasoned human beings.

FGM fact sheet:

The number of women and girls at risk for female genital mutilation (FGM) in the United States has more than doubled in the past 10 years. More than half a million women and girls in the U.S. are at risk of undergoing FGM in the U.S. or abroad, or have already undergone the procedure, including 166,173 under the age of 18, according to the Population Reference Bureau (PRB).

Dissemblers and deceivers claim that FGM is cultural phenomenon, not religious. FGM is an Islamic cultural phenomenon. FGM is found only within and adjacent to Muslim communities.

Unlike male circumcision, female genital mutilation has no health benefits for girls and women.

Female genital mutilation (FGM) involves partial or total removal of the clitoris, causing injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons.

Female genital mutilation procedure has no health benefits for girls and women. It removes all possibility of sexual pleasure. It is the worst kind of misogyny.

Procedures can cause severe bleeding and problems urinating, and later cysts, infections, as well as complications in childbirth and increased risk of newborn deaths.

More than 200 million girls and women alive today have been cut in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, where FGM is concentrated.

FGM is mostly carried out on young girls between infancy and age 15.

FGM is a violation of the human rights of girls and women.

FGM is found only within and adjacent to Muslim communities (source: Gerry Mackie, “Ending Footbinding and Infibulation: A Convention Account,” American Sociological Review).

Scroll: FGM: Female Genital Mutilation/Clitoridectomy

Muslim ER doctor charged with female genital mutilation of nine girls aged just seven ‘was part of secret network which traveled across US to perform agonizing procedure,’ Detroit court hears

  • Dr. Jumana Nagarwala appeared in court Thursday charged with lying about performing genital mutilation on nine girls, all seven years old
  • Prosecutors accused her of belonging to a group of physicians that traveled across the country performing the brutal surgeries
  • Nagarwala was cleared of mutilation charges in November 2018, after a federal judge ruled that a law banning the practice was unconstitutional
  • Prosecutors put forth a series of new charges in March, alleging that she lied to the FBI and intimidated others to do the same
  • She is fighting to dismiss the case and called the new indictments ‘retaliation’

By Brian Stieglitz For Dailymail.Com, 16 September 2021 | 16 September 2021

A Muslim doctor on trial for allegedly performing genital mutilation on nine girls, all seven years-old, was also part of a secret network of physicians who traveled across the country performing the brutal procedure, according to federal prosecutors.

Dr. Jumana Nagarwala was cleared of female genital mutilation charges in November 2018 during the nation’s first-of-its-kind case, when a federal judge ruled that a law banning the practice was unconstitutional.

But the Michigan doctor still faces an obstruction charge for allegedly hiding information during the trial, and was back in court Thursday. That saw prosecutors reveal that doctors in California and Illinois were also cutting young girls as part of a religious rite in the esoteric Indian Muslim sect, Dawoodi Bohras, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Nagarwala was initially charged with mutilation, conspiracy and obstruction along with Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, who allowed her to perform the surgeries at his clinic in Livonia, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit.
Dr. Jumana Nagarwala was seen at a hearing on Thursday for allegedly lying about performing genital mutilation on nine girls, all seven years old
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Dr. Jumana Nagarwala was seen at a hearing on Thursday for allegedly lying about performing genital mutilation on nine girls, all seven years old
She was initially charged with mutilation, conspiracy and obstruction along with Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, who allowed her to perform the surgeries at his clinic in Livonia, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit
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She was initially charged with mutilation, conspiracy and obstruction along with Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, who allowed her to perform the surgeries at his clinic in Livonia, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit

The same charges were brought against Attar’s wife, Farida, and a woman named Tahera Shafiq, who assisted in the procedure, as well as four women who tricked their daughters into going to the suburban clinic to undergo the practice for religious purposes.

US District Judge Bernard Friedman dismissed all but one obstruction charge against Nagarwala, Attar, his wife Farida and Shafiq in November 2018. He declared a 1996 federal law banning the practice unconstitutional and concluded that it’s up to the states to regulate female genital mutilation.

The obstruction trial was underway until the coronavirus pandemic hit and brought it to a halt. Then, in March, prosecutors issued a superseding indictment with five new charges, including conspiracy to make false statements and witness tampering, the Detroit Free Press reported.

Prosecutors argue that that Nagarwala and her three cohorts lied to the FBI about the mutilations that they were performing and intimidated others in their community to lie if the FBI interviewed them about it.

The four defendants requested Thursday’s hearing to dismiss the case altogether, arguing that the prosecutors were only pursuing the new charges out of retaliation.

‘The government is acting with extreme prosecutorial vindictiveness in issuing yet another superseding indictment nearly half a decade after charges were first issued,’ the defense argued in court filings, seen by the Detroit Free Press, adding that the new charges are ‘retaliation for the defense successfully decimating the government’s case.’

Friedman said Thursday that he would take their arguments into consideration, but was still reviewing the new indictment and would make a decision at a later date.
Nagarwala was arrested in April 2017 after two young girls accused her of performing the mutilation procedures on them earlier that year
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Nagarwala was arrested in April 2017 after two young girls accused her of performing the mutilation procedures on them earlier that year
She denied the allegations and claimed she was performing a religious practice for families in the Muslim sect, Dawoodi Bohras, at the above clinic in Livonia, Michigan
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She denied the allegations and claimed she was performing a religious practice for families in the Muslim sect, Dawoodi Bohras, at the above clinic in Livonia, Michigan

Nagarwala, who is an emergency room doctor at Henry Ford Health System, was arrested in April 2017 after two young girls accused her of performing the mutilation procedures on them earlier that year.

She denied the allegations and claimed she was performing a religious practice for families in the Muslim sect, Dawoodi Bohras, and that it only involved scraping the membrane of the girls’ genitalia as part of the religious custom.

But doctors’ reports obtained by the Detroit Free Press indicate the children suffered more severe injuries including scarring, a small tear, lacerations and what appeared to be the surgical removal of a portion of genitalia.

Authorities claimed she and her cohorts have been part of a female genital mutilation scheme since 2005 and charged her with mutilation of seven other girls from Michigan, Illinois and Minnesota.

Their alleged victims cried, screamed and bled during the procedure, with one drugged with Valium ground in liquid Tylenol to calm her down during the procedure, according to court records.

Prosecutors later argued that Nagarwala completed mutilation procedures on as many as 100 young girls over the course of a decade who were all told to keep the surgeries a secret. Then, on Thursday, prosecutors brought forward more accusations that Nagarwala wasn’t the only doctor performing the mass mutilations.

Department of Justice attorney Amy Markopoulos told a judge that such doctors ‘were in demand’ by the Dawoodi Bohra community, which has a mosque in Detroit and practices female circumcision as a religious rite of passage that supporters claim only involves only a minor ‘nick’ of the genitals.

US District Judge Bernard Friedman said that ‘as despicable as this practice may be,’ Congress did not have the authority to pass its criminalization and it is up to the states to decide its legality

‘This was not a discreet, one time occasion … It was not arbitrary,’ Markopoulos said of the mutilation practice. ‘Travel is often necessary to perform the procedure.’

In Friedman’s 2018 ruling, he said that ‘as despicable as this practice may be,’ Congress did not have the authority to pass its criminalization and it is up to the states to decide its legality. He wrote in his conclusion that it is a ‘ “local criminal activity” which, in keeping with long-standing tradition and our federal system of government, is for the states to regulate, not Congress.’

Assistant U.S. Attorney Sara Woodward argued that the practice was still deemed illegal by Congress when the defendants performed them, but they did it anyway. She also said that Nargarwala ‘is aware that female genital mutilation has no medical purpose,’ reported the Detroit Free Press.

Female genital mutilation has been condemned by the United Nations but is common for girls in some parts of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The World Health Organization estimates that more than 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone FGM.

So far, 27 states have laws that criminalize female genital mutilation. Michigan became the 26th US state to officially ban the practice a few months after Nagarwala’s April 2017 arrest, therefore she can’t be retroactively charged for performing it. The law applies to both doctors who conduct the procedure and parents who transport a child to have it done.

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Author: Pamela Geller


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