America’s bizarre immigration policies create our own neighborhood nightmares
In the state of Michigan a doctor arrested for performing child sexual mutilation has stated in court through her lawyer that she was “performing a religious practice.”
Doctor Jumala Nagarwala, about whose case we covered earlier this week, was arrested and jailed on Monday, charged with lacerating the genitals of 2 seven-year-old girls.
Nagarwala, age 44, is an ER physician, and is believed to have routinely cut clitoral tissue off of numerous children, but her arrest is based on charges related to only the most recent 2 girls, who were brought across the state line from Minnesota.
At her first hearing last Monday, Assistant U.S. Attorney Sarah Woodward told the court that the doctor performed the genital mutilation on both children after other employees of the clinic in Livonia, Michigan went home. She reported that the doctor recorded no medical charting of the surgical procedures, as required by law. Nagarwala takes the position that her actions were “not surgical, but religious” and stresses that she did not charge the parents for the procedures.
Nonetheless, U.S. Magistrate Judge Mona Majzoub stated there was “clear and convincing evidence that this doctor poses a danger to the community.” She also said Nagarwala, a native of India, is a flight risk, and was ordered jailed with no bail possible, until trial. She was actually re-arrested later in the week at Detroit Metropolitan Airport while attempting to flee to Nairobi Kenya.
FGM is a horrific infliction upon a child; a barbaric ritual commonly practiced in numerous cultures, involving the cutting away internal parts of female genitals for “Godly” – as opposed to medical – reasons. The deranged practitioners report they do this to “cleanse” females and eliminate sexual desire after puberty. The torture is commonly performed by Muslim sects, primarily in Africa, Yemen, India and the Middle-East. It is extremely common in Egypt, and is secretly practiced in shadow communities in the U.S., especially Minneapolis-area, New York and California, where at least 500,000 women either have been – or will be – forced to undergo the butchery, according to the World Health Organization.
Nagarwala’s case is apparently the first under U.S. law criminalizing the practice. It is illegal to either perform, or to transport a girl out of the U.S. to undergo the procedure. At present, only 26 states have laws making this particular form of sexual torture illegal.
Nagarwala is a member of the Dawoodi Bohra community, an Islamic sect originally from India which has a mosque in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
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