CLIT CUTTERS REJOICE! Iraqi Kurdish imam says Female Genital Mutilation is a recommended practice of Islam

The Imam of Hajji Osman Alaf Mosque, in Iraqi Kurdistan’s second largest city of Sulaimani, has told his followers that anyone who believes that female circumcision is not a recommendation from the prophet Mohammed is “ignorant.”

FGC Daily News(H/T Sydney)During his Friday sermon on December 3rd, Imam Mala Yassin Hakim Piskandi said female circumcision was a “Sunnah,” a term used to refer to the practices carried out or recommended by Mohammed, the prophet of Islam.
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He said, the Sunni Shafeyi, a school of jurisprudence which most Kurds follow, took a tougher stance regarding female circumcision, considering it an “obligation,” but that the other three Sunni schools of jurisprudence regarded it merely as a Sunnah, meaning it was recommended, but not compulsory.
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The Islamic practice of female circumcision, known among rights groups as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). “When men and women have intercourse, their sexual organs should be circumcised and clean,” he quoted Prophet Mohammed as saying. He added that practicing a Sunnah act is “good,” but that not practicing it is “not sinful.” But in some cultures, including among some Kurds, uncircumcised women are regarded as unclean and are not allowed to cook.
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The Islamic practice of female circumcision, known among rights groups as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). “When men and women have intercourse, their sexual organs should be circumcised and clean,” he quoted Prophet Mohammed as saying. He added that practicing a Sunnah act is “good,” but that not practicing it is “not sinful.” But in some cultures, including among some Kurds, uncircumcised women are regarded as unclean and are not allowed to cook.
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Piskandi’s remarks come at a time when a recent gathering of Islamic scholars in Egypt has ruled that female circumcision is not necessary, because it endangers women’s health.
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“Female circumcision is an old issue that keeps resurfacing,” said Qaradakhi. “Islamic scholars have several opinions on it. To me the most appropriate opinion is that female circumcision is not necessary in Islam.” Female circumcision has been practiced in Iraqi Kurdistan for years, mostly in rural areas. According to statistics published by Kurdistan’s Ministry of Health last week, 41 percent of Kurdish women had been circumcised.
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Imam Piskandil, who holds a master’s degree in Islamic jurisprudence, said Islam does not condone the killing of women, adding that men “should not be blamed so much for women who burn themselves to death.”
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Watch the old woman in this video, she’s a pisser!
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