Two sisters shot passed in Pakistan ‘honor’ killings

Hundreds of women are murdered by kin in a regressive Muslim republic any year on a stratagem of fortifying what is seen as family honor.

Pakistan’s law apportion this month announced that bills directed during rebellious “honor killings” and boosting rape philosophy would shortly be voted on by parliament, after ascent vigour to tackle a settlement of crime that claims around 1,000 lives a year.

The perpetrators of supposed respect killings – in that a victim, routinely a woman, is killed by a relations – mostly travel giveaway since they can find redemption for a crime from another family member.

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