ICE HSI continues fight to end female genital mutilation

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Why do we allow these barbarians into our country?
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5 September 2019
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On Sept. 4, special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) launched Operation Limelight USA at three airports across the U.S. with the assistance of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Operation Limelight USA aims to inform travelers of the dangers of female genital mutilation (FGM) and the consequences for those who commit this horrific abuse.

HSI special agents spoke to more than 160 travelers from ten international flights between Los Angeles International Airport, Newark International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport as part of Operation Limelight USA. They educated passengers flying to or from high-risk countries, offering informational brochures and identifying potential victims and violators of FGM. These discussions informed passengers on the consequences of involvement in FGM and provided passengers with a means to refer cases or receive victim assistance.

“Female genital mutilation is a human rights abuse, and we are absolutely committed to both investigating and preventing this abuse,” said the Chief of the Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center, Mark Shaffer. “Operation Limelight USA is key to our prevention goals and helps us reach potential victims and their families while also providing a lifeline to survivors who are ready to reach out and report.”

Operation Limelight USA is the U.S.-based version of Operation Limelight, a joint initiative by the United Kingdom Border Force and police services across the United Kingdom (U.K.). In 2018, law enforcement officials from the United States and the U.K. signed a joint proclamation affirming their commitment to end the practice of FGM and reinforcing the need to cooperate across borders to address this international issue.

More than 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone female genital mutilation. FGM refers to cutting and other procedures that injure the female genital organs for non-medical reasons. While primarily concentrated in north, west, and central Africa, as well as parts of the Middle East and Asia, FGM also occurs in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that approximately 500,000 women and girls in the United States are either victims of FGM or are at risk of being subjected to it.

“We have to remember that this is not just something that happens abroad. Women and girls in our own communities are at risk,” said Shaffer. This is the third year HSI has conducted Operation Limelight USA outreach events in the U.S.

Anyone with information about victims or perpetrators of female genital mutilation is encouraged to call the toll-free HSI tip line at (866) 347-2423 or complete the HSI online tip form. For more information about female genital mutilation, view this fact sheet from the U.S. Department of State and visit,, and


ICE and HSI are dreaming. They are not going to change Islam. The real question is: why are we allowing barbarians into our country in the first place?

Barbary Pirates and White Slavery, War History Online:

... The term Barbary stuck when Arab invaders conquered various North African territories in the 7th century. Consequently, European cartographers would name this area the Barbary Coast or “Barbaria.”...

Between 1530 and 1780, it is estimated that 1,520,000 Europeans had been enslaved....

The Barbary Wars were a series of wars fought between the Ottoman Corsairs (Barbary privateers) and the newly formed United States of America. In the 1780s, Barbary privateers routinely attacked American commercial ships, taking booty and holding captives. That same decade, due to the end of the American Revolution, Congress disbanded the Continental Navy and auctioned off the surviving ships.

This left America with no navy. As a result, in 1786, the United States government paid tribute to the governments of the Barbary Coast to leave American merchants alone. On March 20th, 1794, President George Washington requested the creation of the United States Navy. Consequently, Congress created a permanent standing navy with six heavy frigates to stop the attacks and the capturing of Americans.
In 1801, the newly inaugurated president Thomas Jefferson refused to pay tribute. Around this time, the tributes and the attacks had become a financial burden on the United States. On May 13, 1801, a naval fleet was sent to the waters off the Barbary Coast. With the aid of Sweden and The Kingdom of Sicily, they attacked Tripoli. In response, Tripoli declared war on the United States. The Barbary Coast War was also known as the Tripolitan War or The first Barbary War....
This famous line from the Marine Corps Hymn has its origin in the Barbary War of the early 19th century...

“I’d be embarrassed for my daughter to walk around without her genitals mutilated, I couldn’t trust her”, Bare Naked Islam, September 7, 2019: 

You can watch an actual female genital mutilation (FGM) performed on a screaming young girl here. Notice how the female “cutter” (not a doctor) doesn’t wear gloves and uses an unsanitary razor blade to cut off parts of the girl’s clitoris and labia, which can cause a number of medical problems, including infertility and even death. Those lucky enough to survive the procedure will never enjoy sexual relations.

Female Genital Mutilation, usually associated with Muslims in Africa, the Middle East and South-East Asia, is a growing problem in Europe and America. Despite condemnation from medical professionals, the barbaric practice is thriving in the West among Muslim migrants....