Dr. Jumana Nagarwala child torturer, needs to meet Nagin and Lucille
Lawyers plan to claim genital cutting is allowed as a religious right. But legal experts say the First Amendment doesn’t bend that far.
On paper, the law seems clear: Cutting any part of a young girl’s genitalia is illegal — and no custom or ritual can be used to justify it.
The law has been on the books for 21 years, unchallenged.
But in a federal courtroom in Detroit, a landmark case involving the centuries-old taboo ritual is about to put that law to the test for the first time.
And perhaps more historic, a question will be raised in the American legal system that has never been raised before: Does the U.S. Constitution allow for genital cutting, even if it’s just a minor nick or scraping, in the name of religion?
The US has its first federal prosecution. Britain after 30 years has no convictions. –
In Britain, where there must be a proportionally larger at risk population and where FGM was outlawed in 1985, there have been no convictions at all to date, although hospitals report an average of 15 cases a day discovered by midwives or maternity doctors. There has been one disastrous prosecution of a doctor that ended in his acquittal. Why this total impotence of the law before a heinous practice that violates the right of minor girls to bodily integrity and attacks the — otherwise fiercely defended — right of a woman to autonomy over her own body? One reason surely is that racial and other cultural minorities have become a sacred cow, including within the feminist movement. That, presumably, is why millions of people can turn out for a women’s march to protect free contraception and a liberal abortion regime, but not to protect minority girls from customary forms of grievous bodily harm – even with a Muslim co-chair.More.
Reality check: The silence is easy to understand. Feminists are only concerned about women’s issues when they spell out ABORTION. Mutilating little girls is neutral as to that. And aborting child because she is a girl is positive. So is honour killing. They are merely “cultural” mutilations and deaths.
Remember that when anyone praises a woman for being a “feminist.” They are praising her for promoting and celebrating the deaths of children, period, end stop.
If you think the cases of little-girl genital mutilation that made national headlines last month after a flurry of arrests in Detroit is a one-off event, think again. The CDC estimates that more than 513,000 girls and women — most of them living in New York, DC and Minneapolis — are now at risk of such disfigurement across the country, a threefold increase since 1990. What’s behind the sickening trend? Muslim immigration.
Dr. Jumana Nagarwala – enjoys torturing and mutilating young girls for Allah
(WXYZ) – The Northville doctor at the center of a federal and state investigation regarding female genital mutilation of young girls is expected to be back in court today.
This time, Dr. Jumana Nagarwala’s fitness as a mother is being challenged. Dr. Nagarwala has already lost her job and now she could lose her children.
Dr. Nagarwala was fired from Henry Ford Health Systems after being arrested on April 10 for allegedly performing genital mutilation on two 7-year-old girls brought from Minnesota for the procedure. FGM is a religious practice condemned around the world and considered child abuse here in the United States.
It’s a brutal practice that’s inflicted on thousands of girls and women every year. Female genital mutilation, or female ritual cutting, involves altering or injuring female genital organs. It’s often done by people with no medical training and in filthy places, posing horrendous health risks that can linger for decades. Most victims are told never to talk about it — and some don’t survive to tell their stories. Even as girls and women across the globe faces these risks every day, misconceptions abound. To end the practice, experts and survivors say this practice must be drawn out of the shadows.
A former advisor to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and a former “health specialist” at the US National Institute of Child Health defended the practice of female genital mutilation when she appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show.
Dr. Fuambai Ahmadu said she preferred the term “female circumcision” and described the practice of removing all or part of a woman’s clitoris as “gender egalitarian surgery.”More.
Reality check: Unlike most people who are concerned about the situation, she is serious.
Don’t expect the nice bureaucrats here to wonder how much of the guy would have to be “cut” to make the surgeries equivalent. Or with what effect.
See also: Aw, Jane, I’ve had it with sympathy for you and yours. Get outta my face.
“When we think of female genital mutilation, we usually think of African cultures and non-Christian religions,” says A. Renee Bergstrom, a 72-year-old white woman, in a newly-released State Department video. “However, my FGM took place in white, Midwest America. FGMC (female genital mutilation/cutting) is global in scope. It cuts across race, religion, geography, and socio-economic class.”
Former UN Adviser Defends Female Genital Mutilation as ‘Gender-Egalitarian Surgery’
Dr. Fuambai Ahmadu, a former lead consultant at the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and former health specialist at the National Institute of Child Health, has long been an advocate for FGM and voluntarily underwent the practice herself. She is an anthropologist and recently worked for the government of Sierra Leone.
Jumana Nagarwala likes to sexually mutilate young girls for Allah the death cult God.
Dr. Jumana Nagarwala has maintained she never engaged in any genital cutting.
But according to documents obtained by the Free Press, the injuries sustained by two Minnesota girls who prosecutors say had their genitals mutilated by Nagarwala at a Livonia clinic are much more severe than what the doctor has claimed.
The details emerged as Nagarwala and two others were indicted Wednesday on genital mutilation charges in U.S. District Court, where the trio are accused of targeting young girls for years to carry out what prosecutors have described as a barbaric and illegal ritual. In this case, prosecutors say, when Nagarwala and her cohorts were discovered, they lied, deleted evidence and tried to hush others in their religious community to keep their crime a secret.
The imported practice of genital mutilation can segregate hundreds of thousands of American girls from their peers in mainstream American society, say two New York psychologists.
The hidden segregation, however, is being ended by President Donald Trump and his deputies, who announced mid-March a new national campaign against “Female Genital Mutilation” that is commonplace in some immigrant communities.
According to New York Times Health Editor Celia Dugger, journalists shouldn’t be using the term “female genital mutilation” to describe female genital mutilation. Her reasoning? It’s culturally insensitive, so watered down terms should be used instead.
Fakhrudin Attar – enjoys mutilating young girl’s genitalia to please sick Islamic cult idol
Federal agents arrested a second doctor and his wife Friday in a widening conspiracy involving female genital mutilation and members of a Muslim sect.
Dr. Fakhruddin Attar is accused of letting Dr. Jumana Nagarwala perform mutilations at his Burhani Medical Clinic on Farmington Road. His wife, office manager Farida Attar, also was arrested and is accused of helping Nagarwala perform the mutilations, according to a 14-page complaint unsealed Friday in federal court.
The arrests are the latest development in the nation’s first female genital mutilation case, which is providing insight into a small, insular Muslim community in Metro Detroit and an illegal procedure performed on young girls.