Beating the Female Genital Mutilation ban in the UK is easy. Very young girls (some as young as 3) are whisked off to the Islamic hellhole of their parents’ choice to get their clitoris cut off, and if they don’t die of infection from the rampant use of unsterilized instruments, they fly back to the UK in time for the new school year.
But since that is very costly for so many Muslim parents living on welfare in the UK, now they are flying in ‘Batch Clit Cutters’ from Muslim countries, who perform mutiple mutilations at the same time in a hotel room or private home, and no one (authorities) is the wiser.
The procedure, which involves the removal of external female genitalia, causes incredible pain and leaves women scarred for life. In some cases the vagina is sewn shut. It’s estimated 100,000 women in Britain have undergone the procedure and another 24,000 are thought to be at risk.
Dr Yunes Teinaz, who works for anti-FGM charity Forward, tells The Sunday Times: ‘As a result of misinformation spread by so-called Muslim scholars, young girls are being mutilated and subjected to unimaginable pain and suffering.’ Since the law was passed in 2003, no-one has been prosecuted for carring out female genital mutilation.