Two Mothers Arrested in Michigan FGM Case

Farida Arif and Fatema Dahodwala sexually mutilated their daughters for Allah.

Two mothers have been arrested in the landmark case against a Michigan doctor and two of her associates charged with performing female genital mutilation (FGM) on six girls, The Detroit News reported.

Prosecutors in the case say the doctor may have cut many as 100 girls.

The two mothers are not American citizens, but rather hold Indian passports and are part of the Dawoodi Bahra Muslim Indian community which is under investigation in the ongoing case. The two women, Farida Arif and Fatema Dahodwala, both from Oakland County, Michigan, were released on $10,000 unsecured bonds and must wear GPS bracelets.