Skip to comments.Doubts grow over Isis 'FGM edict' in Iraq
Posted on 07/24/2014 4:36:50 PM PDT by CharlesThe Hammer
Doubts are growing about the authenticity of an edict attributed to the Sunni Islamist group Isis controlling the Iraqi city of Mosul about female genital mutilation (FGM).
A top UN official quoted from a statement saying that Isis wanted all females aged between 11 and 46 in the northern city to undergo the procedure.
Jacqueline Badcock said the decree was of grave concern.
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.com ...
The UN’s resident and humanitarian co-ordinator in Iraq — dealing with the issue of female genitalia mutilation — is named Jacqueline BADCOCK?!?
You can’t make this sh*t up.
The BBC is throwing a life ring to ISIS.
Yes, I think there was a seriously negative reaction to this. So now the BBC is saying that it’s all because ISIS “misspoke.”
Revealing if the story is changed,,shows ISIS is concerned with PR image.....can’t imagine why.
Thanks a lot. What has been seen cannot be unseen.
Or, as I suspect, the MSM is covering for the Religion of Pieces yet again.
Everyne please calm down . THE ISLAMIC STATE springs from a “religeon of peace”.
Innocent peaceful people will always be irrelevant until they defeat the people trying to use them .
A map of misogynist evil.
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