Recently an actor Qandeel Baloch was killed by her brother because her photos and videos were "provocative" according to her brother. Apparently her brother will not receive any punishment according to the laws of Pakistan. WTF is wrong with Pakistan?
Whats your opinion on Honor killing?
What Girls Said 5
Apparently, swift and severe punishment is being demanded by local police. Her brother IS being held for murder. However, yes, there is a huge problem because in such killings, in some cases, family can pardon the killer-leading to no sentence. I wonder what will happen in this case.0
Disgusting and awful.3
Its rife among muslims in England, I know many girls hiding from their families in the women's shelter I volunteer in. Its seem that muslims have an ingrained honour killing culture that goes hand in hand with their rape and gang rape culture.0
and liberals are perfectly fine with these vile monsters living here in America.
I don't get it.1
The less I say here, the better.
What Guys Said 21
Totally screwed up notion of social justice. This is a great example of how people confuse self-righteous indignation with actually being right.0
Welcome to religion of peace.
You may want to read about sharia law and what awaits infidels like you should it ever take place in your country.
The same thing that's wrong with any theocracy.
I expected no less from an active follower if Islam.4
What do you except from Muslim countries? Honor killing is legal in some Muslim countries. Nothing surprising for me. LMAO where're the 'hot unveiled' Muslim girls on this site? Perhaps you should go and help your people in your motherland instead of enjoying your 'free life' as a woman provided by the Western countries in the US, Canada, Aus etc...0
That's Shariah law for you.3
Her name was Fauzia Azeem and not Qandeel baloch, police launched (FIR) under Section 302/109, against Fauzia's brother Wasim after the model’s father nominated him in the case.
It was upto her family, later the family asked the authorities to remove his name and set him free.
Qandeel was the most hated person in Pakistan. She was doing very wrong asking people to hate her more!0
there is no honor in killing and there will never be. and i know about qandeel baloch case, it was all about money0
bullshit ! soul and body can never have the same value !!
any country which uses religion in their rolling system should be considered as a mine for terrorists and a spring for the radical behavior and hate !0
All are punished in the land of sand.0
I think you'd have to be a monster to be proud of killing your own sister and the term "honor killing" is ridiculous in itself. there's no honor in what that spineless coward did0
This is Pakistan for u0
It is ignorant - that is my opinion and to claim it in the name of religion is amoral self justification.0
PEOPLE SHOULDN'T HAVE THAT KIND OF POWER
ALL KILLING IS WRONG0
Yeah well what the heck is wrong with America? With its promotion of agenda like feminism to make the lives of men around the world a living hell. why don't you fuck off and go back to hell you minority bastard. In the name of democracy by the will of the majority of the people of the world I order you to GTFO and never come back.0
There are laws to punish responsible persons but police are reluctant to implement any laws because of influence of society. Families also don't take action against criminal because they don't want to "lose" another member of family. Honour killing is not only problem of Pakistan but also in several northern states of India.0
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