Mosque leaders condoning ‘criminal’ act, says obstetricians’ institute

The institute called on doctors who used Clonskeagh mosque in Dublin to 'speak out' and distance themselves from a statement that the mosque issued on Friday about female circumcision

11th February, 2018
Dr Ali Selim

The Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has accused one of the biggest mosques in the country of condoning a “criminal” act.

The Institute called on doctors who used Clonskeagh mosque in Dublin to “speak out” and distance themselves from a statement that the mosque issued on Friday about female circumcision, which is a form of female genital mutilation (FGM).

“It would be good to hear doctors there speak out, as the...

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