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Organisation : UL CNT Besanšon
Registration date : 2006-08-20

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PostSubject: Kurdistan : Woman killers must be punished   Kurdistan : Woman killers must be punished EmptyFri Sep 08, 2006 12:43 pm

Woman killers must be punished not released through tribal deals!

We at the Organisation of Women's Freedom in Iraq (Abroad Representative), heard the shocking news of the release of Saleh Ahmed Sharif (known as Saleh Mzlai), who kidnapped and killed a woman called Mohabad Abdullah in 1999. Her body was found on a Sulaymania street. The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) did not punish him but instead chose to release him. Three years later, he committed another crime - this time kidnapping two of Mohabad's sisters. One of the girls, Joana, was murdered and her body was found some days later on the street in Sulaymania. At the time of the crimes, Saleh Ahmed's relatives continued to threaten Mohabad and Joana's family; consequently, many fled the country to seek asylum in Europe.

The OWFI (Organisation of Women's Freedom in Iraq) published an online petition about this case :

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