If you think the cases of little-girl genital mutilation that made national headlines last month after a flurry of arrests in Detroit is a one-off event, think again. The CDC estimates that more than 513,000 girls and women — most of them living in New York, DC and Minneapolis — are now at risk of such disfigurement across the country, a threefold increase since 1990. What's behind the sickening trend? Muslim immigration.
If it's "Islamophobic" to say that, blame the US government.
In a report last year, the CDC says the surge in female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) is "wholly a result of rapid growth in the number of immigrants from FGM/C-practicing countries living in the United States." It then went on to list those countries, and virtually all of them have large Muslim populations.