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Friday, 30 May 2014

Did Farzan Parveen incite her husband to murder his first wife?

Husband Of Pregnant Pakistani Stoning Victim Admits He Killed His First Wife

On Thursday the bereaved husband admitted to AFP: "I was in love with Farzana and killed my first wife because of this love."

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/05/29/husband-pregnant-pakistani-stoning-victim-killed-first-wife_n_5412240.html?1401387619


I was in love with Farzana and killed my first wife because of this love,” adding that he had strangled her.

http://www.dawn.com/news/1109354/husband-of-bludgeoned-woman-murdered-first-wife

Obviously the dead woman's family did not approve of this match and they have every reason to object to her being knocked up by a man after committing adultery with him who murdered his wife because of her.

If she incited this man to murder his wife then it could be said she got what she deserved.

You would look askance at your daughter just a little, wouldn't you, if she came to you looking very pregnant and announced that she had incited a man to murder his wife so he would marry her after knocking her up?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incitement

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/just_deserts

http://ask.fm/oneparty4all/answer/114224154497
How likely do you think Farzana Parveen incited her husband Mohammed to kill his first wife?

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