Sunday, 30 June 2013

Girls shot in honour killing 'were murdered for making video of themselves dancing in the rain' -

'Two teenage sisters and their mother were murdered in a Pakistan honour killing after a video emerged of them dancing in the rain.

According to reports the two girls, aged just 15 and 16, were shot dead last Sunday alongside their mother after the girls' step-brother and accomplices carried out the attack to "restore the family's honour".

The alleged killer, named as Khutore, reportedly carried out the attack after local men had seen the grainy video footage of the girls, named as Noor Basra and Noor Sheza, dancing during a downpour outside their home in Chilas, in the northern region of Gilgit.'

News you won't read on the pro Pakistan anti India BBC

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1 comment:

emale said...

Of course, if the BBC had reported on this story, they would have gone to pains in pointing out that the reason was cultural and definitely not religious.