Pulse: Cut ′cutting′ in India | All media content | DW | 23.08.2016


Pulse: Cut 'cutting' in India

India is home to a small sect of Islam called the Dawoodi Bohras. The group has practiced circumcision on males and females for centuries. But whilst the boys are cut in infancy, the girls are cut at seven. The issue of FGM is contentious and illegal in many countries, now a small group are challenging the roots of this tradtion in an effort to end it.

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