If she is telling the truth, she has lived for the last nine years under the most extraordinary circumstances.If she is telling the truth this whole family, since September 2003, has been living in extraordinary circumstances.Throughout her interrogation, the deceased did not claim that she was threatened and did not feel her life was in danger.Welfare officials were updated immediately as is customary in events involving minors." Aida Touma-Sliman from the Arab Joint List party and chair of the Knesset Committee on the Status of Women and Gender Equality, decried the situation, saying that “apparently women’s lives are cheap in this country,” reported.Upon her return from Pakistan she began complaining that her parents were being violent towards her. Mr Edis read extracts from two poems that Miss Ahmed wrote in the months before her disappearance. It was, said Mr Edis, the final piece in the puzzle.Rukish Ahmed, who has since changed her name to Alesha, originally made the allegation to friends shortly after her sister’s disappearance.
However, in August 2010, Miss Ahmed’s younger sister, Rukish, claimed she had been a witness to the killing.
What an extraordinary thing to say of your parents, if it is true, that you were there and watching them murder your sister.” Mr Edis described Shafilea Ahmed as “a thoroughly Westernised young British girl” who was reluctant to follow standards set by her parents.
“In particular she wanted to have boyfriends like most 16 and 17-year-old girls do, and that caused an intense pressure in the family.
One included the line: “All they think about is honour.
The Israel's Central District Attorney's Office announced on Sunday that an indictment had been filed against Sami Kara from the central town of Ramle, for the murder of his 17-year-old daughter, Henriette Kara.
When her father arrived, he allegedly struck his daughter and said, "However long I've spent in prison, I will spend my entire life in prison - I do not care." A relative of the teen, George Kara, is a prominent Christian Arab Supreme Court judge who reportedly heard about the murder during his swearing-in ceremony at President Reuven Rivlin's residence.