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Read more: With 500,000 female genital mutilation survivors or at risk in U.Joe Von Kanel CNN Writer and Editor President Obama got an “up close and personal” —VERY personal as it turns out— look at the pyramids before leaving Egypt today. The centuries-old practice involves the partial or full removal of the external sex organs, usually with a knife or razor blade, in a belief that doing so reduces sexual desires.The cutting can lead to urinary infections, menstrual problems, infertility and death, in addition to psychological trauma. Since then, circumcising girls has been punishable by a prison sentence of between three months and three years as well as a hefty fine.She had been charged with child abuse and sex trafficking. government plane to the Washington area Thursday night, according to The Washington Post.

Ahmed's father, Mohamed Mustafa, and family members of two other Americans detained in Egypt wrote to Trump last month imploring him and other U. officials to demand the release of the jailed Americans.“Mr. Hassan most recently on February 16 and will continue to provide all possible consular assistance,” a spokeswoman said.“If we stop FGM, we will need strong men and we don’t have men of that sort.” So it is better for women, he continued, to undergo the brutal practice to “reduce a woman’s sexual appetite.” And by doing so, he added, women would “stand by their men” and life would proceed smoothly.Of course, this led to a maelstrom on Twitter and other online sites.On Friday, Hassan's lawyers met on Capitol Hill to share information with lawmakers about his case. When Trump met with el-Sissi at the White House earlier this month, the president made no public mention of human rights violations in Egypt or the 20 Americans held in Egyptian jails. Robert Menendez also raised concerns about Hassan's imprisonment in a face-to-face meeting with Egyptian leader Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi during his visit to Washington, D. earlier this month, said his spokesman Steven Sandberg. 1 in Egypt after he spoke out while police were arresting his relatives on a zoning violation.