I cant agree more. There are two sides to the story. What is forbidden, is forbidden. People here in ways justifying so what if its forbidden, even piety could not have saved her. But when you start on wrong foot, you end up where both of them have ended.Guy should be executed. But at the same time this shouled be a lesson for the elite of Pakistan who live in some alternate universe where their kids can act like the filth of europe. If the victim‘s parents had prevented their child from engaging in a filthy relationship outside of marriage the child would be alive today. Doesn’t excuse the murderer’s behavior and that should be dealt with as I stated earlier.
Not judging but her actions were against the sacred laws of our faith. And i for one never dated, never knew a girl other than my wife, met my wife in an arranged way and have only slept with my wife. If I, a western born/raised pakistani muslim can avoid the forbidden it is hard for me to understand how a person in a muslim country with everything at their disposal can‘t do the same. Her murderer should be given the hadd punishment. No doubt on that.
any more update?
it seems there had been 4 murders previously of girls.. and those were not even reported..