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Muslim freed by family forgiveness provision after killing Mom, knocks off his two sisters in honor killing

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistani police are hunting a 29-year-old man who shot his two sisters dead in a suspected honor killing, officials said on Wednesday, two days after a Pakistani filmmaker won an Oscar for a documentary on such murders.

Police named the suspect as Muhammad Asif, saying he has been on the run since Tuesday night, after murdering his sisters Fozia Bibi, 22, and Suriya Bibi, 24, in the eastern province of Punjab.

“Muhammad Asif killed his two sisters last night over their character and lifestyle, which he didn’t like,” police officer Tariq Mehmood told Reuters. “Fozia was shot in her chest and Suriya was shot in her waist.”

Police said neighbors and relatives had told them the deaths were honor killings, over Asif’s suspicions that his sisters were having affairs.

Police said Asif was jailed after having murdered his mother four or five years ago, but set free after being pardoned by his family, but declined to provide details.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    That’s going to make family gatherings a bit awkward.
    After he has killed off his entire family, and there is no one left to forgive him, then what?
    He had better pace himself.

    • Maybe that’s his get out of jail free card, Islam is funny that way.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Commit five honor killings and get the sixth one free!!!

  • Dana Garcia

    Satanic family values.

  • BillyHW

    Canadian women voted for a “man” who refused to call this barbaric and wants to import more of this into Canada. Because it’s 2015.

    • David Murrell

      Yeah right. In Pakistan we see some lobotomized Muslim mudering women, and here you are joining in on the group-womn-hate. You are no better than the Islamic women haters– that is, if you are not a Muslim yourself.

  • vimy

    Sounds to me like Freud would cum in his pants over this guy. Repressed sexual longings for all the females in his family