Female Genital Mutilation removes a woman’s “need for man”.

 Sheikh Yussef al-Badri  (video)

Female genital mutilation was (never) made illegal in Egypt in 2008 but is still very widely practiced. Some estimates suggest over 75% of women, Muslim and Christian, still have had the procedure in some areas of the country.
Debate on the subject has re-opened after the recent death of a 13-year-old girl while having the operation. Studies have also documented cases of serious health and psychological complications.
Sheikh Yussef al-Badri is one of Egypt’s biggest advocates for what he refers to as female circumcision, and has petitioned the country’s courts to make it legal again.
He told Aleem Maqbool that it removed a woman’s “need for man”.

Birmingham hospital treats 640 females for genital mutilation

Heartlands is specialist centre for helping victims of sick ritual child abuse.

Shocking figures have revealed that 640 females have been treated for genital mutilation at a Birmingham hospital.  Heartlands Hospital, in Bordesley Green, is one of six centres in the UK which is a specialist centre for victims of the sick ritual.


3 thoughts on “Female Genital Mutilation removes a woman’s “need for man”.”

  1. strange that some men actually Want their wives to be frigid from “honeymoon” on. could that be why they are always so angry? both of them.

  2. Pity they don’t have a custom of removing completely the male penis. All problems solved!

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