Female genital mutilation is a form of human trafficking that Maine legislators are currently choosing to allow in their state, say child advocates . . .
That lack of interest in a form of torture on young girls persisted even though the evidence is now breaking open, thanks to a federal investigation in Detroit launched by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
What Sessions’ staff is discovering is that it’s not just Minnesota and Michigan that are at risk. There’s a secret underground of at least eight states involved.
Maine has been identified as one of the eight “high risk” states, largely because of its large population of Somali refugees. More than 97 percent of women in Somalia have had their genitals mutilated by the time they reach adulthood. The numbers are similar in Egypt, Sudan and Indonesia.
Yore said FGM bears similarities to human trafficking. (Read more from “Secret Islamic Networks in U.S. Doing the Unspeakable to Young Girls” HERE)