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MUTILATING KHALID<br>The Symbolic Politics of Female Genital Cutting<p>Charles G. Steffen
 

MUTILATING KHALID
The Symbolic Politics of Female Genital Cutting

Charles G. Steffen

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In Mutilating Khalid, historian Charles G. Steffen examines one of the most remarkable cases of “female genital mutilation” ever to be prosecuted in a United States court. In 2006 a suburban Atlanta jury convicted Khalid Misri Adem, a thirty-one-year-old Ethiopian immigrant, of two counts of aggravated assault and cruelty to children for allegedly circumcising his daughter when she was two years old. The judge in the case sentenced him to ten years in a Georgia state penitentiary.

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