The Tragic Story Of Banaz Mahmod And Shafilea Ahmed

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There are many cases where the girls commit suicide or get killed by their families. Three famous cases where girls end up dead Banaz Mahmod and Shafilea Ahmed these girls were raised in England. Their parents forced them to marry someone they didn 't want to. According to the online newspaper article "The Tragic Story of Banaz Mahmood" talks about how fell in love and their parent kills them. Banaz Mahmod was born in Iran and immigrates to England when she was ten years old. She was forced to marry a guy who was ten years older than her. The parents don 't understand the age difference can bring a big conflict between the married couple. Their feelings, thoughts, emotions would be completely different from each other. The question is that …show more content…
Father and uncle were charged with murdered. It 's completely horrible to hear that how can some families kill their children for respect. What are these parents going to make with the respect if they have no longer their children with them? How can these parents decide to do such kind of thing to do their children who were once raised in their lap, learn to walk holding their parents hand? How these parents live their life after killing their children. It 's just heartbreaking to hear these kinds of the stories. In the online article "Shafilea Ahmed 's Father 'had Briefcase Full of Gold Bars so He Could Flee Justice at Any Moment" discusses how her parents killed her. Shafilea Ahmed was from Pakistan and raised in England and was forced marry someone, but she rejected. For "honor" her parents murdered their daughter. People who propose to love their daughter and protect and other sibling were told to watch so later they won 't become too westernized. After seven years one shafilea sibling set up confessed her parents murdered shafilea Ahmed. Sometimes it 's parents ' fault that first they give their children much independence, and when they see their kids are getting out of …show more content…
According to Daily Mail Reporter "the father who murdered his teenage daughter Shafilea Ahmed was prepared to flee the country with a briefcase of gold bars to escape justice" (Daily mail reporter). It 's just unbelievable, the father, was ready to leave the country, the father didn 't have any guilt or feeling if shame for murdering his daughter. Saying no to marriage is it that big crime that the parents would kill their daughter or son. In conclusion, forced marriage, and arranged marriage are entirely different from each other. Many people are confused with this concept because they believe that forced and arranged marriage is something when is it not. Arranged marriage is way better than forced marriage. Nobody wants to suffer throughout their life, the like the people who have suffered just because of forced marriage. Everybody should get the right to choose even every religion give you the right to choose then why not your parents. What is more important to the parent 's culture, relatives, reputation or their children? The parents never thought of consequence; they are putting their young girls in

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