Clit Nicker Sacked, part II

“Female Genital Mutilation Is ‘an Honor’ per Islam”

Loonwatch freaks are throwing hissy fits over the sacking of  Dr Hatem al-Haj, a shameless advocate of female genital mutilation. As usual, we are told that FGM is totally un-Islamic and pre-Islamic,  (like stoning women and killing of apostates), but sacking him  for promoting what is otherwise known as ‘obligatory because its the sunna of the prophet’ is just not on.

Infidels, know your place!  1.5 gazillion mad muselmaniacs are coming to get you!

Don’t miss the evergreens:

‘FGM does not have its origins in Islam, is not practiced exclusively by Muslims’

It always cracks me up when mustards  make this argument. Does prayer have its origins in Islam, is it practiced exclusively by Muslims? Does that mean prayer has nothing to do with Islam based on such a brilliant line of reasoning?

Nevertheless: the soldiers of allah are circling the wagons:

“Hate mongers are congratulating themselves on a stunning victory.”

Beats me. They deny clit nicking is Islamic; then they claim to be against it, then they try to defend it and  then they call those who  oppose it “hate mongers”.

I haven’t got an invitation and I haven’t been invited to the celebrations.

Loonwatchers inhabit an alternative universe.

4 thoughts on “Clit Nicker Sacked, part II”

  1. Problems with the argument, ‘FGM does not have its origins in Islam, is not practiced exclusively by Muslims’

    1.) No other religions in the M.E. or Africa where Islam is found practices this mutilation on woman.

    Further supported by Egyptian history both ancient and pre-Islamic . Neither of which has a history of of FGM.

    2.) ‘is not practiced exclusively by Muslim.’
    Please provide sources where other cultures and religions practice this act. If they existed and Christian based, I assure you it would have been well documented and apart of feminist syllabus’s every where in western academia . Discussed in every Gender Studies class and every good little feminist could regurgitate the time,place and origin of such male misogyny.

  2. Hill: I was in Uganda recently, in a place called Jinja in the east. I was told there are people near this area who practise FGM. Muslims? No, they said, Christians.

  3. @PJG

    I stand by my statement. I know academia very well, specifically gender related history and I maintain my point. If it was a christian base act going on for hundreds if not thousands of years it would be dissected and every good little feminist would be able to quote you region, and date of historical origin. Not to mention a plethora of graduate thesis devoted to the topic as further proof how hateful the Catholic/Christian church is towards woman.

    “I was told”-hearsay? Benefit of doubt? But, hey who knows maybe it slipped under the the feminist radar.

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