Most immigration talk is dominated by the issue of illegals, but some legal immigrants can also bring problems into our country.  A practice called female genital mutilation (FGM), predominantly seen in Muslim-controled countries, is now an issue in the United States.
Worldwide, an estimated 6,000 girls are subjected to the practice each day. For centuries, women performed FGM on family members or neighbors, anywhere from infancy to puberty.  The practice is most common in parts of Africa and the Middle East.
Many girls do not survive the ordeal due to bleeding and infections and those who do are scarred both physically and emotionally for life.
Female genital mutilation is the cutting off or, in fewer cases, the mutilation of the external female genitalia. This procedure is often done without anesthesia using dull and dirty razor blades or scissors.
Female genital mutilation is unspeakably painful for its young victims.
To make matters worse, often the vagina is …