You're being rude and disrespectful to the women who are cut who don't happen to conform to your preconceived stereotypes, by having the temerity to live in Iraq, Turkey or Iran. Get over yourself and accept that you don't know shit about this subject, and stop arguing with numbers for no reason other than "it doesn't feel right to me".
I know Egypt is in Africa, not being a gibbering fuckwit and all. It is not part of 'black' Africa, however, and you had said "Since thousands of years this is a practice of african tribes" and "The masters, the slave owners, the conquerers adopt a 'black' custom?" and various other comments which made it very clear that you thought FGM only happened in 'black' African countries such as Niger and not countries such as Egypt. I mentioned a range of countries that did not conform to your prejudices, including Egypt (an example of an Arab and Islamic nation in which FGM was very prevalent), but also including India and Pakistan (as non-African countries). So take your nitpick and shove it up your complacent fat arse, where it can be best friends with your head.
Your point about it not being a religious thing is a fucking stupid point. Islam is not monolithic. FGM is associated with many varieties of Islam, not least because many varieties of Islam are really quite big on the control and particularly the sexual control of women. The misogyny may well predate the local growth of Islamic thought in each local culture, but Islam has been an important mechanism for the protection and expansion of FGM practices in many countries. That is why cut women in many countries seek to get imams to say that the practice is unIslamic, and it is why Yusuf Al Qaradawi's tacit support for FGM is enormously dangerous.
Do you have some kind of vested interest in trying to deny the existence of FGM in countries outside Africa? Or are you just an idiot incapable of accepting that you know fuckall about this subject and your idiotic preconceptions are rendering you incapable of hearing the truth about what women go through in countries outside Africa?