In week 35, Dagbladet in collaboration with Hege Storhaug's Human Rights Watch had a series of articles about circumcision of Norwegian girls in Gambia. "This is according to Muslim law," says one of Dagbladet's sources. This is left unchallenged. The spotlight is also on the imam and the leader of the Koranic school for the Norwegian girls, Mohammed Sey. He defends circumcision. Sey, of course, refers to the Qur'an, for fighting against monotheistic rhetoric. . .
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