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A German national flag waves in front of the German federal parliament, Bundestag, at the Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, May 19, 2021. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

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German prosecutors said Tuesday they have charged two Afghan brothers with murder over the July killing of their sister, whom they allegedly wanted to punish for her Western way of life.

The men, aged 26 and 22 and identified only as Sayed H. and Seyed H. in line with German privacy rules, are accused of luring their 34-year-old sister to a meeting in Berlin on July 13, then choking and strangling her and cutting her throat.


Prosecutors in the capital charged that they took a taxi to a station later that day with her body in a suitcase, then traveled to Bavaria by train and drove to a site near the elder brother's home, where they buried her.

The indictment states that the men wanted to punish their sister "for her Western-oriented way of life, which did not correspond to their archaic ideas of honor and morals and their image of women," prosecutors said in a statement.

In particular, prosecutors added, they weren't prepared to accept that she had divorced her husband, to whom she was married when she was 16, after violent incidents and had a new relationship.

The two brothers have been in custody since Aug. 3.


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A German national flag waves in front of the German federal parliament, Bundestag, at the Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, May 19, 2021. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

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German prosecutors said Tuesday they have charged two Afghan brothers with murder over the July killing of their sister, whom they allegedly wanted to punish for her Western way of life.

The men, aged 26 and 22 and identified only as Sayed H. and Seyed H. in line with German privacy rules, are accused of luring their 34-year-old sister to a meeting in Berlin on July 13, then choking and strangling her and cutting her throat.


Prosecutors in the capital charged that they took a taxi to a station later that day with her body in a suitcase, then traveled to Bavaria by train and drove to a site near the elder brother's home, where they buried her.

The indictment states that the men wanted to punish their sister "for her Western-oriented way of life, which did not correspond to their archaic ideas of honor and morals and their image of women," prosecutors said in a statement.

In particular, prosecutors added, they weren't prepared to accept that she had divorced her husband, to whom she was married when she was 16, after violent incidents and had a new relationship.

The two brothers have been in custody since Aug. 3.


Muslims are so peaceful, don't know why they want to live in the West which they hate so much.
weren't they killing their own sister
it seems they hated their sister more than they hated west
of course its sad indeed
 

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WTF is up with Afghans, continuing their tradition of sister-killing in the West (e.g. Shafia family incident in Canada) ..
This is not Islamic culture, Arabs, Turk, Persians or Indonesians don't kill their sisters for fun. There's something seriously wrong with Afghans.
 

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A German national flag waves in front of the German federal parliament, Bundestag, at the Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, May 19, 2021. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

Warning: This story contains details some might find distressing

German prosecutors said Tuesday they have charged two Afghan brothers with murder over the July killing of their sister, whom they allegedly wanted to punish for her Western way of life.

The men, aged 26 and 22 and identified only as Sayed H. and Seyed H. in line with German privacy rules, are accused of luring their 34-year-old sister to a meeting in Berlin on July 13, then choking and strangling her and cutting her throat.


Prosecutors in the capital charged that they took a taxi to a station later that day with her body in a suitcase, then traveled to Bavaria by train and drove to a site near the elder brother's home, where they buried her.

The indictment states that the men wanted to punish their sister "for her Western-oriented way of life, which did not correspond to their archaic ideas of honor and morals and their image of women," prosecutors said in a statement.

In particular, prosecutors added, they weren't prepared to accept that she had divorced her husband, to whom she was married when she was 16, after violent incidents and had a new relationship.

The two brothers have been in custody since Aug. 3.


Muslims are so peaceful, don't know why they want to live in the West which they hate so much.


The murder is indeed condemnable.

However, Muslims do no move to the West seeking a better culture. The immigration is purely economic and/or because their own country is in political turmoil. There is a difference. Born out of necessity.

It's similar to how a person works a dangerous job or a job they do not like for economic reasons only without liking it in the least.
 

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The murder is indeed condemnable.

However, Muslims do no move to the West seeking a better culture. The immigration is purely economic and/or because their own country is in political turmoil. There is a difference.
What is the point of taking families then? If your kids grow up there, don't expect them to follow your way of life.
 

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What is the point of taking families then? If your kids grow up there, don't expect them to follow your way of life.


For someone trying to get out of Syria or Afghanstan or a similar wartorn country, the move with family is a necessity. I suppose, even in case where the move is economic, the long term nature of it may make it necessary to bring along their families.

I do agree though, unless a very high amount of energy and effort is put in, with proper understanding it is difficult to raise your kids to be different from the culture of the place they are growing up in.
 

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Muslims are so peaceful, don't know why they want to live in the West which they hate so much.

What does this has anything to do with Muslims? Was this crime religiously motivated ? do the killers acting on behalf of a religion or a religious community ? will killing their own sister in any shape of form imply they hate west ?
I think you are a product of incest, that is incapable of comprehending basic stuff.
 

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A German national flag waves in front of the German federal parliament, Bundestag, at the Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, May 19, 2021. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

Warning: This story contains details some might find distressing

German prosecutors said Tuesday they have charged two Afghan brothers with murder over the July killing of their sister, whom they allegedly wanted to punish for her Western way of life.

The men, aged 26 and 22 and identified only as Sayed H. and Seyed H. in line with German privacy rules, are accused of luring their 34-year-old sister to a meeting in Berlin on July 13, then choking and strangling her and cutting her throat.


Prosecutors in the capital charged that they took a taxi to a station later that day with her body in a suitcase, then traveled to Bavaria by train and drove to a site near the elder brother's home, where they buried her.

The indictment states that the men wanted to punish their sister "for her Western-oriented way of life, which did not correspond to their archaic ideas of honor and morals and their image of women," prosecutors said in a statement.

In particular, prosecutors added, they weren't prepared to accept that she had divorced her husband, to whom she was married when she was 16, after violent incidents and had a new relationship.

The two brothers have been in custody since Aug. 3.


Muslims are so peaceful, don't know why they want to live in the West which they hate so much.

It is just about wealth and money.

Indian love "democracies", why did (and do) they go to China, East Germany, Soviet Union, Gulf states, Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia, etc. And you love to brag about free society, why do India suppress Muslims and ban various Internet portals.

At least China and other so-called authoritarian societies, like Vietnam, are frank and not hypocritical.

Not surprised if within 20 years, those American / British / German / French go en mass to China seeking for jobs with their "free and liberal" societies collapsed (they are already collapsing).

Radical liberal is no different to radical Hindu, Islam or Christianity
 

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Muslims are so peaceful, don't know why they want to live in the West which they hate so much.
It's like reading story of Jeffrey Dahmer and say: why Americans have begin to love human flesh? Criminals are criminals and religion is religion? Or should I tell you what Shankhill Butchers did with Catholics?

I know many people hate Muslims. It's OK, as one can't love everyone. But if you will drage people like me into your hate speech, who don't have to do anything with crimes, then be ready for spanking.
 

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