Female Genital Mutilation – Why This Has No Place in America…

The op-ed by “Muslim feminist” Shireen Qudosi, a forceful condemnation of the practice, was posted in the Times’ online Women in the World section Wednesday. “Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is the horrific act of cutting off a young girl’s clitoris,” Qudosi opens her piece.
 The semantic bluntness contrasts with Health and Science Editor Celia Dugger’s decision to avoid the term “female genital mutilation” in the Times’ print edition. Dugger explained her reasoning for substituting the term “genital cutting” in a response to a reader last week. “There’s a gulf between the Western (and some African) advocates who campaign against the practice and the people who follow the rite, and I felt the language used widened that chasm,” she wrote.
Commentary & Analysis
L. A. Marzulli
Coming to you from an undisclosed location deep in the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains!
On Tucker Carlson’s show last night there was a Muslim women who had voluntarily undergone FGM—Female Genital Mutilation. She defended the practice.  I could clearly see that Tucker was taken aback by her stance and frankly so was I!
Years ago I read a book entitled The Haj. It was about Arabs and Jews in the Middle East, after WWII, and tracked them to the modern . The book was a wake up call as it revealed the shocking practice of honor killings, shaving the head of a woman as punishment, and FGM.
While some will say FGM is a religious practice and should be tolerated here, I think most of us will look at FGM as an act of barbarity and humiliation for women.
Two “doctors” were arrested in Michigan last week for practicing FGM. The female doctor actually boasted of: Getting out the germs.
This practice has no place in America… period.
To wrap it up. Where are the feminists? Where are the Hollywood elites protesting? Where are left-wing pundits at CNN? Strangely silent aren’t they?
The elections in France could be a game changer! If Le Pen looses I predict it will be the final nail in the coffin for the French people.