In the UK, “there has yet to be a single conviction for FGM despite tens of thousands of recorded cases since it was criminalised in 1985.”
The reason for that is abundantly clear: Muslims are the primary practitioners of female genital mutilation, and the UK police are afraid of appearing “Islamophobic,” just as in Rotherham, Muslim rape gangs preyed on over 1,400 non-Muslim girls while authorities did nothing for fear of appearing “racist.”
Instead of learning their lesson and enforcing the law against FGM, the Surrey Police just issued a rather plaintive call for children to “find your voice” and report FGM crimes. Then they followed this by warning that tweets containing “Islamophobic abuse” would be reported to Twitter, as well as to British intelligence.
Clearly, “Islamophobic abuse” is far more important to the Surrey Police than female genital mutilation. But what exactly constitutes “Islamophobic abuse”? The term is vague. Does it refer to calls for violence against innocent Muslims, which are never justified, or for pointing out the Islamic roots of the problem at hand? After all, the term “Islamophobia” has been used for both. If I point out that Muhammad is held to have said: “Circumcision is a law for men and a preservation of honour for women” (Ahmad Ibn Hanbal 5:75), is that “Islamophobic abuse”? Or that he is also supposed to have said “Do not cut severely as that is better for a woman and more desirable for a husband” (Abu Dawud 41:5251), is that “Islamophobic abuse”? In other words, may one point out the Islamic justifications for FGM, or will that get you hauled up before British intel?
Well, I’m already banned from the UK for the crime of pointing out the obvious and readily demonstrable fact was banned for saying that Islam “is a religion and is a belief system that mandates warfare against unbelievers,” so if British intelligence wants to open a new case against me, I don’t have any problem with that. I do, however, have a problem with their wasting their time policing the free speech of Britons, and using valuable time, money, personnel, and resources to do so, while real crime is spiraling out of control in London and elsewhere.
But priorities are priorities. Making sure no one thinks ill of Islam is by far more important to the British police than anything else. Britain is rapidly becoming a Sharia police state, as I have long predicted it would.