Asia Pacific Female genital cutting in Thailand's south FGM is a rising cultural practice in southern Thailand and, with little regulation, concerns are at an all-time high. Umasa, describing the genital cutting procedure [Lillian Suwanrumpha] Yala, Thailand - "Just a little," Dr Patimoh Umasa says, pinching the tip of her finger showing how she cuts the clitorises of small girls. Dr Umasa runs a small clinic on Yala's main drag, just down the street from a bombed-out building, near the edge of the Muslim quarter. As one of the few female doctors in the city, she is the one everyone goes to for sunat - the practice of female circumcision, which the World Health Organisation WHO classifies as female genital mutilation FGM. The mother holds the baby up here for comfort, and an assistant holds the legs open like this," she says, spreading the cat's legs apart and pinning them down to the counter. They don't have any lasting health complications.
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Share via Email The midwife at the clinic in Pattani prepares the tools to cut eight-week-old Amiyah. But in the three southernmost provinces of Yala, Narathiwat and Pattani, ethnic Malay Muslims are a majority. Some are locked in an intractable conflict with the Thai government, which labels them insurgents. Here, midwife Dah says she has cut almost all female births she has attended. Despite her experience, she is having difficulty finding the clitoris as the baby squirms on the operating table.