Teens, 15 and 16, who tried to elope ELECTROCUTED by their family after tribal judge ruled they were a ‘symbol of ‘dishonour’

More than 500 people – almost all women – die in Pakistan each year in such killings, usually carried out by members of the victim’s family meting out punishment for bringing “shame” on the community.

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  • When Pakistan is gone, I will miss the food.

    I felt that I had to be honest about this.

  • BillyHW

    If I was Paki I’d kill myself because of the shame.

  • Clausewitz

    Left to their own devices, middle eastern and certain Asian cultures may be a self limiting problem.

  • k2

    I wonder if female life expectancy is lower than male, in Pakistan ….