Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Studies in Islam: Gynecology 102

The barbarity and savagery of the "religion" of Islam cannot be overstated or exaggerated, and, sadly, new examples become public on a daily basis. This particular matter has been addressed in this forum before, but this widely-reported story raises the dreadful, very sensitive subject again. This is Islam, and all the lies of its apologists cannot restore the life of the child pictured below.  Anyone who hopes to "accommodate" Islam is a traitor to the human race.

Egyptian girl dies undergoing circumcision

from al-arabiya, June 10, 2013

Suhair al-Bata’a, a 13-year-old Egyptian girl, has died undergoing circumcision at a village in the Daqahliya governorate northeast of Cairo, Egyptian media reported on Sunday.
“We left our daughter with the doctor and the nurse. 15 minutes later, the nurse took my daughter out of the operation room to a nearby room, along with three other girls whom the doctor was circumcising,” Mohammed Ibrahim, a farmer, told Egyptian daily al-Masry al-Youm.
“I waited half an hour, hoping that my daughter would wake up, but, unfortunately, unlike the rest of the girls, she did not,” he said.
The doctor who circumcised Suhair had previously circumcised her elder sister two years ago.
“I want nothing but to hold the doctor accountable and to have justice for my daughter,” Suhair’s mother, Hasanat Naeem Fawzy, told the newspaper.
The police ordered an autopsy and summoned the doctor to find the cause of the young girl’s death.
A health inspector report said the cause of the death was due to “a sharp drop in blood pressure resulting from shock trauma,” the family’s lawyer, Abdel Salam, told al-Masry al-Youm.
Egypt's National Council for Women condemned the deadly incident of female circumcision as a criminal act that reflects “extreme savagery,” calling on the government to investigate the issue and punish the culprits.
UNICEF Egypt has also condemned the incident, saying female circumcision has neither medical nor religious justification.
Abdel Wahab Suleiman, undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in Daqahliya said that the Health Directorate had not yet been notified of the incident and described female genital mutilation as being against the law.
In 1996, Egypt criminalized female genital mutilation; however, many families still illegally circumcise their daughters. In 2009, Egyptian authorities arrested a man for illegally circumcising an eleven-year-old girl, the first time since the ban was introduced.
Suhair al-Bata’a, 13

1 comment:

  1. Poor thing! I cannot comprehend why a parent would force their daughter to undergo a surgical procedure such as this.