Muslims charged in genital cutting case win bond, placed on house arrest, with tethers

Against the wishes of the government, a judge today granted bond to a doctor and his wife as they await trial in a historic genital mutilation case.

Dr. Fakhruddin Attar – believes in mutilation of young girls in name of vile Islamic death cult.

The prosecution argued that the defendants should remain locked up, claiming they are both flight risks and a danger to the community given their alleged crimes: Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, 53, of Farmington Hills, is accused of letting another doctor use his clinic to perform genital cutting procedures on two 7-year-old Minnesota girls; his wife, Farida Attar, 50, is accused of holding the girls’ hands during the procedure to keep them from squirming and to calm them.

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