Kabul/01/02/2012
Daughter Born, Born Violence in Afghanistan Police in Afghanistan say they are searching for an Afghan man keen of a son who apparently killed his wife after she gave birth to a third daughter. at the main while a husband and wife originally from Afghanistan have been found guilty in Canada of murdering their three teenage daughters and the father's first wife in a case that the judge described as stemming from a "twisted concept of honor."

Mohammad Shafia, his wife Tooba, and their eldest son, Hamed, were sentenced on January 29 to 25 years in prison without parole in a case that transfixed Canada.
Prosecutors argued that Shafia felt ashamed of the rebellious behavior of his three teenage daughters -- Zainab, Sahar, and Geeti -- and arranged for them to die in a staged car accident in June 2009.
The father, wife, and son were also convicted of the killing of Rona Amir Mohammad, Shafia's first wife in a polygmous family, for purportedly being too lenient toward the girls.
The court heard testimony suggesting that the father had repeatedly clashed with his daughters on many issues, including dating, clothes, and use of the Internet.
The daughters ranged in age from 13 to 19 years, and their bodies were found along with that of Shafia's childless first wife in the family car in a canal in Ontario, Canada, after a trip to Niagara Falls. The prosecution alleged that the victims were drowned elsewhere before their bodies were placed in the car and it was pushed into the canal.

“It is difficult to conceive of a more heinous, more despicable, more respect less crime,” Judge Robert Maranger said. He said the defendants'
actions have "absolutely no place in any civilized society."
Lead investigator Chris Scott, speaking to reporters in Kingston in Ontario, Canada, urged the public to remember the victims in the case.
"You know what? I don't want to give [the killers] any more voice than they've already had," Scott said. "To me, and this will be my last comment I'm going to make today, it's Rona, Zainab, Sahar, Geeti -- that's who we should be thinking about, that's who we should be talking about, not these other people."
It is mentionable that it is not the first or last event against women, by passing the time violence against women increasing in Afghanistan and aboard against afghan women.

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