இல்லையென்றால் முஸ்லீம் ஆண்கள் அந்த பெண்களை கொன்றுவிடுகிறார்கள்.
ஆகவே சந்தோஷமாக விரும்பி முஸ்லீம் பெண்கள் பர்தா போட்டுக்கொள்கிறார்கள்.
கனடா ரோரண்ரோவில் பர்வேஸ் என்ற முஸ்லிம் சிறுமி பர்தா போட்டுக்கொள்ளமுடியாது என்று சொன்னதற்காக அவரை அந்த சிறுமியின் தந்தையே கொன்றுவிட்டார்.
Parvez's father now faces first-degree murder charge
Posted: June 17, 2008, 12:58 PM by Rob Roberts
By Natalie Alcoba
Police upgraded charges to first-degree murder against the father of a teenaged Brampton girl who friends say was feuding with her family over her refusal to wear a hijab.
(Read our previous stories on the case here.)
And police say they believe Aqsa Parvez’s brother also bears culpability, even if they cannot prove it.
The 16-year-old girl was killed after her brother brought her home to pick up some clothes on Dec. 10.
Waqas Parvez, 26, has been charged only with obstructing police for allegedly misleading investigators.
“He did play a part in her arriving back at the home, as you well know. I’m sure there’s more to this,” Inspector Norm English said on Tuesday of Waqas Parvez’s role in the death.
“The one thing you need is evidence. There’s no point in going to court without it.”
The girl’s murder gained international attention after high school classmates claimed that the girl had clashed with her devout Muslim family about her refusal to wear traditional clothes. The strained relations drove Aqsa out of her home and to another Muslim family, who described her as a “typical” teenager who yearned for acceptance while straddling the Muslim and Western cultures. They disputed the claim that the friction was over a hijab, and said the girl was repairing her relationship with her family in the days leading up to her death.
On the morning of Dec. 10, her brother picked her up at a bus stop and took her home, where police say she was strangled to death before 8 a.m. Police say a man called 911 and said he had killed his daughter.
Muhammad Parvez, 57, was arrested that day and later charged with second-degree murder. The charge was upgraded on Tuesday in a Brampton courtroom to first degree, which suggests premeditation and planning.
“Suffice to say there is certainly strong evidence to show this is planned and deliberate,” said Insp. English, who leads the homicide and missing persons bureau at Peel Regional Police.
He would not divulge what led to the new charge. Aqsa’s case remains open, he said.
Waqas Parvez was released on bail in December.
His father has remained in custody at Maplehurst detention centre, in Milton, since his arrest. Muhammad Parvez will next appear in court on July 8.
Insp. English would not say whether Mr. Parvez has expressed his innocence.
“It’s important that he has his day in court.”
Here is the Peel Police press release, issued earlier on Tuesday :
Peel Police - Charge Upgraded in 2007 Homicide
Mississauga – The Peel Regional Police Homicide Bureau is continuing the investigation into the murder of a 16 year-old Mississauga girl.
On Monday, December 10, 2007, at 7:55 am, a 9-1-1 call was placed by a man who indicated that he had just killed his daughter. The victim later succumbed to her injuries in hospital.
The suspect, 57 year old Muhammad PARVEZ, was arrested at the scene and subsequently charged with Second Degree Murder. He attended court on Tuesday, June 17, 2008, at which time the charge was upgraded to First Degree Murder.
The victim’s 26 year-old brother, Waqas PARVEZ, was originally charged in the investigation with Obstruct Police, and the matter is still before the courts.
The investigation is ongoing by members of the Homicide and Missing Persons Bureau. Anyone with information is urged to contact investigators at (905) 453-2121 ext. 3205 or Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).